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PINNACLE ROCKS 

Harry Anthony De Young is not only an 
artist, but an exficrienced teacher as well, having 
taught in several schools including the Academy 
of Art, Chicago. He is also tfie founder of the 
De Young Painting camp in the Davis Moun- 
tains of Texas. He has maintained his private 
school in San Antonio since 1928. 

Mr. De Young was born in Chicago, 
August 5, 1893. He studied at the University 
of Illinois under the direction of Edward Lake 
and Fabians Kelly, and at the Art Institute of 
Chicago, with F. de Forrest Schook, .John W. 
Norton, and others. 




APrnOACHING STORM 

Samuel P. Ziegler, teacher, lecturer, etcher, 
and pair\ter, is now director of the Art Depart- 
ment of Texas Christian Uniiiersity in Fort 
Worth. He was horn in Lancaster, Pennsyl- 
vania, and began studying art at an early age. 
Later he studied at the Philadelphia Academy 
of Fine Arts where he was awarded the Cresson 
European Scholarship. After a year's study 
and travel in Europe he returned to the Acad- 
emy for another year's study. After painting 
and teaching two years in Philadelphia he came 
to Texas and became a member of the Fine Arts 
Faculty of T. C. U. Since then he has taught at 
Texas Women's College in Fort Worth and is 
now head of the Art Department at T. C. U. 
Ziegler paints vigorously with brilliant colors 
in brokai strokes, giving a vibration of light and 
life to his canvases not attained by the ordinary 
artist. In addition to his painting, he is making 
a series of lithographs of Fort Worth, its indus- 
tries and imprmements. 





James Blanton Wharey, Ph.D., LL 

Scholar, Teacher, Gciir(t.'man 



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^7)ORN in Virginia, educated at Davidson College and Johns Hopkins Uni- 
CAJ versity, research student in Germany and England, he has taught English 
at Southwestern Presbyterian University, Peabody College for Teachers, and The 
University of Texas. He became a member of the English staff here in 1 91 2, was 
made a professor of English in 1924, and a member of the Graduate Faculty in 
1930. He is the author of "A Study of Bunyans Allegories" (1904), and editor 
of the Oxford University Tercentenary Variorium Edition of Bunyan's "The 
Pi/grim's Progress" (1928). 

That he is an ardent supporter and a warm friend of student activities is evi- 
denced by his valuable service for fourteen years on the Board of Directors of the 
University Student Publications. He has endeared himself to thousands of stu- 
dents by his uniform courtesy, his equable temper, and his wise counsel. He is 
more than a teacher, a scholar, an executive — for of him the words of the poet 
may be truthfully paraphrased: "The elements are so mixed in him that Nature 
may stand up and say to all the world, 'This is a man\" 



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RED lillD TREES 



Ella K. Mewhinney worka almost entirely in 
oil, painting landscapes and still life. After 
attending Texas Presbyterian College studying 
art under Miss Mollie Bishop, she began to 
teach classes of her own in Bartlett, Granger, 
and Holland. Since then she has studied at the 
American Woman^s League in Saint Louis 
doing flower painting and china under Kathryn 
Cherry and still life and landscape w\der Frank 
Phoenix, in Chicago where she again studied 
china painting, and in New York at the Art 
Students League under George Bridgeman and 
Hans Hansen. In 1925 she studied landscape 
painting in Colorado Springs under Randall 
Davey and portraiture under Robert Reid, N. A. 
The painting used on the cover is also by Mrs. 
Mewhinney. 




THIS book is no attempt to release in a static charge the pulsating 
currents that have made up this year at The University of Texas. 
The spark resultant from the accumulation of events and emotions with- 
in the lives of ten thousand persons would be an explosion that could 
not be confined within the covers of The Cactus. 

Rather it has been our desire to try to strike, with words and pictures, 
a sympathetic chord within our-.j^dets' memories — a chord that will 
evoke the initial note of the ip^^al symphony that will bring to the 
readers in kaleidoscopic procession the little half-forgotten hours that 
have composed the year. As that chain of thought unwinds, there will 
be a picture to which we could ad^jimijthing. 

It is with the hope that something within will strike that chord that 
the 1938 Cactus is presented. 




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Schools and Colleges 
Administration 
College of Arts and Sciences 
School 0/ Business Administration 
School of Education 
College of Engineering 
School of Law 
College of Pharmacy 
School of Medicine 

Classes 
Graduates 
Seniors 
Juniors 
Sophomores 
Freshmen 

Organizations 
Publications 
Fine Arts 
Sororities 
Fraternities 
Dormitories 
Clubs 

Personalities 
Feature 
Goodfellows 
Bluebonnet Belles and Nominees 

Athletics 

Major Athletics 
Minor Athletics 
Intramurals 






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OILFIELD AT NIGHT 

Edward M. Schiwetz excels in watercolor with a 
simple free handling, showing the genius of a master. 
Watercolor is a difficult medium; Schiwetz handles it 
to a perfection. His subjects include oil field scenes, 
beach life, and landscapes. While he studied architec- 
ture, he is largely self-taught as an artist. He is a resi- 
dent of Houston. 




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Portratt by Weyman Adams 



DR. H. y. BENEDICT 
President, The University of Texas, 1927-Mdy 10, 1937 



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IN MEMORIAM 




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J. W. Calhoun, President Ad Interim oF The University oF Texas 



We hold these truths to be self-evident: 

1. That Texas owes it to herself, to her sons and daughters, to her position in the Union, and 
to her traditions and her pride to have a State University second to none in the United 
States of America. 

2. That, all pessimists to the contrary, Texas is abundantly able to have such a University. 

3. That the way to bring this about is for Texans and especially those who claim the University 
as their alma mater to set to work to show all the people of the State that it is desirable 
and possible. 

4. That fifty thousand ex-students filled with an abiding faith and this faith transmuted into 
action can in ten years not only put The University of Texas in the FIRST CLASS but make 
it the FIRST in that class. 




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Board of Regents 



Dr. Edward Randall 
Mrs. I. D. Fairchild 

Major J. R. Parten 



H. J. L. Stark 

Leslie Waggener 
H. H. Weinert 



Senator E. J. Blackert 

Dr. K. H. Aynesworth 
Dr. George Morgan 



The Constitution of Texas makes it the duty of the Legislature to "provide for the maintenance, support, 
and direction of a university of the first class, to be ... . styled The University of Texas.' " The 
Lesislature has vested the "government" of the University in the Board of Regents of The University of 
Texas with broad powers of "direction." 

The Board consists of nine members, appointed in groups of three every two years. Appointment 
is by the Governor with the consent and approval of the State Senate. 

Regular meetings of the Board usually are held monthly and the fourteen standing committees are at 
work continually on various phases of University administiation. 

Dr. Edward Randall of Galveston is chairman of the Board and Major J. R. Parten of Houston is vice- 
chairman. Other members are Mrs. I. D. Fairchild of Lufkin, H. J. L Stark of Orange, Leslie Waggener 
of Dallas, hi. H. Weinert of Seguin, Senator E. J. Blackert of Victoria, Dr. K. H. Aynesworth of Waco, 
and Dr. George Morgan of San Angelo. 



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DR. EDWARD RANDALL, Chairman, distinguished in the 
medical profession and in the administration of the famous 
Sealy-Smith Foundation, has proved no less successful in the 
direction of the program of the University. A Southern 
gentleman commanding respect and admiration, he has 
brought honor and prestige to the institution which he 
serves. 



MRS. I. D. FAIRCHILD, chairman of a committe with most 
exacting and important duties and responsibilities, supervises 
building activities of the University and takes time to demon- 
strate keen interest in the development of the fine arts pro- 
gram and other cultural activities of the institution. Gracious 
and capable, she gives the larger part of her time to Uni- 
versity work. 



MAJOR J. R. PARTEM, alumnus of the University, whose 
keen interest in the institution's progress has never been 
known to waver, serves as the Board's vice-chairman and 
as chairman of the legislative committee, directing the pres- 
entation of the institution's needs to the Legislature. He 
also takes a great interest in the University's oil resources 
and in Intercollegiate athletics. 



hi. J. L. STARK, a life-time of service to the University, 
a leader in the educational program of Texas, is inseparably 
linked with the University. hHe is chairman of the auditing 
and the complaints and grievances committees of the Board 
at this time, and holds membership on the new General 
Development Board. 



LESLIE WAGGENER receives the tribute of the Uni- 
versity family for the successful manner in which the funds 
of the institution have been handled. He Is chairman of 
the finance committee which has supervision of University 
financing in general. The Waggener name has long been 
associated with the University, Dr. Leslie Waggener having 
served as the first president. 



H. H. WEINERT, lawyer, banker, farmer, oil man, and 
civic leader of Seguin, has brought all of his wide experience 
as a successful business man into the service of the University 
As chairman of the athletics committee of the Board he has 
directed the University's activities in that field and now 
occupies also the position of chairman of the Museum com- 
mittee. 



SENATOR E J. BLACKERT resigned his seat in the State 
Senate to accept appointment to the Board. He has been 
untiring in his efforts in the institution's behalf. He serves 
as chairman of the public relations committee of the Board 
to which is referred all matters affecting the public relations 
of the University. 



DR. K. H. AYNESWORTH has devoted his time to 
research, scholarship, and the successful practice of medicine. 
His chairmanship is that of the library committee of the Board, 
but the limits of his interest and effort are the limi s of the 
University program as a whole. 



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DR. GEORGE MORGAN supervises the management 
and development of 2,000,000 acre land endowment of 
the University. He is a prominent oil man and geologist 
and his success in the field of business Is equaled only by 
his distinction as a scientist and scholar. He is the first 
person holding a Doctor of Philosophy degree to serve on 
the Board of Regents. 





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State Executives 



Governor James V. Allred 




Claude 0. Teer 
Tom A. DeBerry 
Henry C. Meyer 



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Unique among such historical documents, the Texas Declaration of 
Independence sets out neglect of education as a cause for revolt. 

In the Second Congress of the Republic of Texas, the bill was intro- 
duced to "incorporate The University of Texas," the University thereby 
being the first unit of our educational system to be mentioned in the 
law of the land. 

From these early times until the present, the officials of the State of 
Texas have given generously of their time, effort, and interest in the 
development of an institution which the Constitution decrees shall be 
one of the first class. 

James V. Allred, present governor of Texas, has been particularly 
zealous in the interest of the University, which he has often spoken of 
as a most worthy agency of the State. 

Charged with the duty of supervising the budget of all branches of 
the State government, the State Board of Control is in close and helpful 
contact with the University's affairs. The present members of the Board 
are Claude D. Teer, Tom A. DeBerry, and hienry C. Meyer. 

The State Board of Education has the responsibility of fixing policies 
and directing the administration of the entire educational system of the 
State and makes periodic studies of the work and needs of public- 
supported higher educational institutions. This agency has also given 
valuable leadership and help in promoting the usefulness of this, the 
capstone of the educational system of Texas. 




Mrs. J. E. Watkins, Gher.t Sdndefford, Ben F. Tidnfler, Grace Corkran, L. A. Woods 

John W. Laird, Tom Garrad, R. S. Bowers, F. L. Henderson, J. O. Gulelte, James G. Strons. 



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Comptroller 



The business management of the University is carried on by the 
• Comptroller and his staff. The duties of this office, as designated by 
the Board of Regents, include all business operations not specifically 
I assigned to some other office. 

The Comptroller is custodian of all property belonging to the 
I Main University and supervises all minor improvements and repairs 
I of the buildings and the grounds, hie has charge of supplying all 
I buildings with power, light, heat, water, gas, and telephone, and 
j also has general supervision over all dormitories operated by the 
j University. 



All general supplies and materials used in the Main University 
except the few purchases specifically assigned to some other officer, 
are supervised, subject to State law, by the Comptroller. He also 
has general supervision over the accounting and auditing office of 
the University. 

The Comptroller manages the State and privately donated endow- 
ment lands and attends to the leasing and renting of these properties 
as well to their upkeep. He also has charge of supervising the 
surveying, geological prospecting, production gauging, and leasing 
of the endowment lands belonging to the University and supervises 
the selling of oil, gas, and minerals produced on these lands. 

With the advice and direction of the Finance Committee of the 
Board of Regents, the Comptroller invests the trust and endowment 
funds in the possession of the University or the Board. 



H. p. Bybee 
E. R. Cornwall 
W. W. Dornberger 

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F. F. Friend 
T. E. Allday 
Missy Doss 



J. H. Walker 
A. C. Wright 
W. R. Long 



E. J. Compton 
J. F. Hutter 
Adeldide Dazey 







C. D. Simmons, Comptroller 





C. H. Sparenberg 
Cdrl Eckhdrdl 
Ann4 Jdnzen 



Georse Stephens 
R. L. White 
Rosdiie Godfrey 



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T. H. Shelby, Dean of the Division oF 
Extension 

Arno Nowotny, Assistant Dean of 
Men. 

R. R. Rubottom, Assistant to the Dean 
of Men 

V. I. Moore, Dean of Student Life, 
Dean of Men. 



Medical Staff 



Administration 



R. A. Cooper, M. D.; H, L. Klotz, M. D.; Joe 
Gilbert, M. D.; Caroline Crowell, M. D.,- Simon 
J. Clark, M. D. 

Paul L. White, M. D.; Mary McCurdy; Annie 
Gaffney,- Inez Eaves 

Rosa Mullens, Ola fHobson, Ludma Kopecky, 
Mary Anice Jenkins, Katharine McCormick, 
M. D. 




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V. I. Moore, Dean of Student Life, 
seated at his desk. 



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Luld Mary Bewley, Assistant to the Dean 
of Women 

Dorothy Gebauer, Dean of Women 

Kathleen Lomax Bland, Assistant Dean of 
Women 

E. J. Mathews, Registrar 




Library StaFF 




Administration 



Alexander Moffit, Donald Coney 

Alice Wupperman, Mrs. Ethel Swafford, 
Mrs. Charles Stephenson, Athol Yager 

Helen Hargrave, Mrs. Marcel le hHarner, 
Anne hiill, Winnie Allen, Lorena Baker, 
Carlos E. Castaneda, W. N. Daniels 

E. W. Winkler, Mrs. Ruth Junkin, Mrs. 
Mildred Clopton, Mary Kirkpatrick, 
Doris Clower, Florence Nierman 



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Kathleen Bland, Assistant Dean of 
Women, Lula Mary Bewley, assistant to 
the Dean of Women, and Dorothy 
Gebauer, Dean of Women, in a discus- 
sion. 




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More than half of the 10,000 students of tfie University 
are enrolled in ttie College of Arts and Sciences, which has 
been the largest of the schools and colleges since the Uni- 
versity opened in 1883. H. T. Parlin, Professor of English, 
has been Dean of the College for many years. He is assisted 
in solving problems of the Arts and Sciences students by 
D. A. Penick, Professor of Greek and tennis coach, and by 
L. L. Click, Professor of English. The College is composed 
of twenty-two departments including the sciences, the 
languages, journalism, home economics, public speaking, 
economics, history, mathematics, astronomy, anthropology, 
philosophy, psychology, and sociology. Five degrees are' 
offered by the Academic College: Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor 
of Journalism, Bachelor of Science in Home Economics, 
Bachelor of Science in Geology, and Bachelor of Science 
in Nursing. There are more than two hundred and seventy- 
five members of the Academic faculty. 



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Arthur H. Deen, Associate 
Professor o( Geolosy ... an 
authority on the geolosical 
formations around Austin and 
Central Texas. 



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G. V. Gentry, Associate ProFessor of 
Philosophy . . . co-author of a book for 
advanced philosophy students . . . 
interested in metaphysics and relativity. 

Mrs. Coral Tullis, Instructor In History 
. . . holds quiz sections in History 4. 

W. F. Simonds, Professor of Geology 
. . . author of book on geology which 
was published in the United States and 
England ... an authority on Texas 
geography. 




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Stuart MdcCorkle, As- 
sistant Professor oF Gov- 
erment . . . appointed 
director of Bureau of 
Municipal Research this 
fall. 

Mrs. Annie Irvine, Associate Professor of Ens- 
lish . . . published articles on the syntax of the 
infinitive and participle of Middle Enslish period. 



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J. A. Burdine, Associate Professor of Govern- 
"lent . . . cfidirman of the State Advisory 
Council of tfie Texas State Employment Service. 

J. F. Dobie, Professor of Enslish . . . holds 
Gugenheim and Rockefeller Foundations fellow- 
ships . . . noted author. 

Granville Price . . . Assistant Professor of 
Journalism . . . former staff member of the New 
York FHerald-Tribune. 




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' George Ward Stocking, Professor of 
Economics . . . fias served on various 
gbvernmental committees and boards 
., 5 » .. fias field a number of important 
fellowsfiips. 

Jofin M. Kuefine, Professor of Pfiysics 
. . . has written several articles in field 
of pfiysics . , . noted for his work in 

photography has been on 

University staff since 1895. 

Samuel E. Gideon, Associate Professor 
of Architectural Design and Architectural 
History ... has made frequent lectures 
on art and architecture. 










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Eugene Paul Schoch, Professor of 
Chemical Ensineering and Physical 
Chemistry . . . most of his time is 
devoted to research on natural gas . . . 
is Director of the Bureau of Industrial 
Chemistry . . . interested in the con- 
servation of Texas resources. 

Rudolph L. Biesele, Associate Pro- 
fessor of History . . . has written many 
articles and done much research on the 
German settlements in Texas . . . has 
also written material on the early 
American colonies. 







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L. L. Click, Professor of 
Englisfi . . . Assistant Dean 
of the College of Arts and Sciences 
.... holds office as president of the 
Fortnightly Club . . . considered quite 
a student and lecturer on contemporary 
English and American literature. 

Milton~ R. Gutsch, Professor of 
English History . . .secretary of the 
general faculty since 1928 and chair- 
man of the Department of History since 
1927 . has reviewed several 

texts, among them being the "History 
of England and the British Empire" by 
Hall and Albin. 



Henry Winston Harper, 
Professor of Chemistry . . . 
Dean Emeritus of the Grad- 
uate School . has 
made a number of impor- 
tant chemical investigations 
for the Texas Legislature 
. . . a member of the 
National Geographic So- 
ciety. 

C. P. Boner, Professor of 
Physics ... an authority 
on tonal structure of organ 
. . . is conducting re- 
search in regard to harmony 
structure of organ pipes 
. . . has written articles for 
the "Journal of Acoustical 
Society" and the "Ameri- 
can Organists." 




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Walter T. Rolfe, Professor oF Architecture . . . 
has been a member of the Cultural Entertainment 
Committee for seven years . . . published a book 
called ' Texas" . . . writing manuscript for a 
handbook on "The Arts." 

Thomas W. Currie, Instructor in Bible . . . 
President of the Austin Presbyterian Theological 
Seminar/ ... has taught Bible at the University 
for twenty-six years. 

Fred Mason Bui lard, Associate Professor of 
Geology and Mineralogy ... has done consider- 
able field work on the stratigraph of the Penn- 
sylvanian permian of Central Texas. 



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James R. Bdiley, Professor of 
Organic Chemistry , . . does 
research with petroleum bases 
. . . awarded $16,000 by the 
American Petroleum Institute 
to be spent over a period of 
five years for research . . . 
associate editor of the 
"Journal of The American 
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Green, PicUe, Lipscomb 

Fisher, Roberts, Shoolroy, 
Moore, Andrews, Bell, 
Pounds 

Harper, Woods, 
Singleton, Powell, Grasty, 
Levy, Kriegel 



Jake Pickle 
John Green 
Sally Lipscomb 



Students* Assembly 

The Students' Assembly is the legislative body for the 
tudents' Association. Jake Pickle, as president of the 
tudents' Association, presided over the meetings of this year s 
\ssembly. John Green, as vice-president of the Association, 
^6 Sally Lipscomb as secretary, also served on the Assembly. 
owers of the Assembly include the right to elect each year one 
udent as representative to the Athletic Council, to elect 
om its own members two representatives to the Board of 
irectors of the Texas Student Publications, Inc., to appropriate 
I moneys of the Students' Association, and to enact all laws, 
ursuant to the Constitution, for the general welfare of the 
udent body. 

Only students of at least sophomore standing are eligible to 

rve on the Assembly. Members of the Assembly this year 
•e Charles Prothro, John Roberts, John Singleton, Virginia 
loore, and Pauline Shoolroy from the College of Arts and 
:iences,- William Alexander and Clyde Taylor from the School 

Business Administration,- Louise Andrews from the School of 
ducation; Blan Bell, Gordon Fisher, and Raymond Grasty from 
e College of Engineering,- Monroe Krizgel and Gus Levy 
om the Graduate School; James Pounds from the Department 
Journalism,- Raymond Lynch and Ben Powell from the 
:hool of Law,- and Bill Woods from the College of Pharmacy. 





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Alpha Lambda Delta 

Honorary Organization for Freshman Women 

Founded, University of Illinois, May 31, 1924 

Texas Qiapter Established December 13, 1935 

Twenty-nine Active Chapters 

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President Mary FHerod 

Vice-President Bette Young 

Secretary Mary Ann Rigsby 

Treasurer Bettinel Phillips 

Reporter Vivian Prideaux 

Mary Herod, hiistorian Frances Carlson 

President Sponsor Dorothy Gebauer 

CLASS OF 1940 

Doris Bal<er Doris Keefe Vivian Prideaux 

Louise Ballerstedt Kathryn Gene Knight Mary Ann Rigsby 

Mary Sue Bates Lily Mae Leaton Ethel Sebesta 

Catherine Busch Ann McDowell Alice Lorraine Smith 

Frances Carlson Etta Mae Macdonald Beatrice Stenberg 

Patricia Dickinson Harriet Molenaer Laura Wells 

Jamie Eraser Adele Neely Margaret Webb 

Mary Herod Elizabeth Painter Mackie Westerman 

Martha Huff Delphine Palm Alma Widen 

Mary Lee Humlong Bettinel Phillips Bette Young 

Josephine Jones Jo Anne Pittenger 

CLASS OF 1941 

Estelle Ashton Nan Lee Gay Virginia Mahan Billie Simmons 

Ruth Barker Lorna Gregory Rickie Mezger Sarah Snyder 

Grace Biesele Adine Harrison May Moore Jonell Stewart 

Mary Borden Dorothy Nan Harrison Alice Ann Nitschke Cora Lee Terry 

Lucille Browne Mary R. Huntington Mary Elizabeth Notley Edith L. Thurston 

Virginia Buckner Marjorie Johnsen Mary E. Oden Evelyn Timm 

Jeanne Clark Charlotte Kavanaugh Kellie O'Neill Lucille Treybig 

Margaret Conway Elizabeth Kee Floy Ottinger Virginia Vaughan 

Joy Corbin Mary Alice Keeton Oma Ray Dorothy Jean Wager 

Sara Crockett Mary McLain Rosella Riskind Susan Walker 

Julia Lee Daniels Ellen MacKenzie Hildegard Schmalenbeck Vivian White 

Margaret Doggett Jane Vantis 

Alpha Lambda Delia provides stimulation, development, and recognition of scholarship among first-year women 
of the University and encourages further high scholastic attainment throughout the remainder of their University 
life. An average of three "As" and two "B's " in fifteen hours of work or four "As" in twelve hours the first 
semester of the freshman year is the requirement for membership. 

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Alpha Epsilon Delta 



Honorary Pre-Medical Fraternity 



OFFICERS 

President Jackson h^. Stuckey 

Vice-President James Edwin Kreisle 

Secretary William Franklin McLean 

Treasurer Jesse Eldon Thompson 

Historian Alfred S. Frobese 

Faculty Advisoi .... X^« C"x Vernon Truett Schuhardt 

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HONORARY MEMBERS 



J. R. Bailey 
W. S. Carter 
D. B. Casteel 
H. W. Harper 



Roy H. Basl<in, Jr. 
Georse W. Berry 
Robert H. Boe 
Clyde O. Brindley 
Hanes H. Brindley 
Clyde Chaney 
Joseph B. Dominey 
Charles I. Fisher 
Alfred S. Frobese 
Edward E. Garber 
George Gatoura 
Gordon FHealey 




Charles Hightower 
James Edwin Kreisle 
Marion Lahey 
Livius Lee Lankford 
Lucius R. Lindley 
Walter K. L(»13 
William A. McKinley 
William Franklin McLean 
Ralph D. Mahon 
George B. Marsh 
Graham B. Milburn 
Sam Nussenblatt 



H. R. Henze 
T. S. Painter 
J. T. Patterson 
E. P. Schoch 



Walter S. Parks 
Howard R. Pearce 
George A. Polansky 
Charles Ramsey 
Ervin Skrivanek 
John Stockton 
Jackson H. Stuckey 
Jesse Eldon Thompson 
Louis Tobian, Jr. 
Jackson E. Upshaw 
Daniel C. Wunderman 
Elmer S. Wynne 



Alpha Epsilon Delta has as its purpose the binding together of students with the same interest, to encourage 
scholastic excellence in pre-medical work, to crystalize any movement for the good of the pre-medical student, 
and to bridge the gap between pre-medical students and those in the School of Medicine. 

To be eligible, a student must have completed one year at the University, and maintained an average of "B" in 
all work with a "B" average in sciences taken separately. Also, each candidate must receive a favorable vote 
from three-fourths of the active members after due consideration of the personality, character, industry, dependability, 
and general ability of the eligible student. 



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Honorary Chemical Fraternity 
Founded, University of Texas, 1931 



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OFFICERS 

President Elizabeth Chambers 

Vice-President Margaret Brown 

Secretary Doris Hughes 

Treasurer Georgia Felter 

Faculty Advisor . .^^^^ . .Jet C. Winters 



Margaret Brewer 
Margaret Brovj^n 
Elizabeth Chambers 
Georgia Felter 
Leta Henderson 
Doris Hughes 
Hellen King 
Mary Lou Mcllhany 




MEMBERS 




Mary Sue Mayberry 
Emily See Metcalfe 
Bonnie Lou Metz 
Marie B. Morrow 
Fannie Laura Powell 
Hilda F. Rosene 
Exeen Thiele 
Margaret Ann Weaver 



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Iota Sigma Pi is the national honorary fraternity for v\/omen in chemistry. The local chapter, founded in 1931, 
consists of two groups, active members enrolled in the University and local members, former members who now 
live in Austin. The two groups hold supper meetings each month. Members are elected twice yearly by vote 
of the membership from those girls who have credit for at least twenty hours in chemistry and a "B" average. 

Among the activities of the organization are the sponsoring of various scientific functions and an annual tea 
honoring girls taking chemistry and the staff members of the Department of Chemistry. 

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Honorary Home Economics Fraternity 

Founded, Michigan State College, January, 1912 

Upsilon Chapter Established March 28, 1924 



OFFICERS 

President Margaret Murray 

Vice-President Mary Lois Gowdy 

Secretary Mary Louise Weir 

Treasurer Agnes Emilie Wilde 

Reporter /yT ^V.\ • Ruth Thompson 

FACuMfpONSOR 

Elizabe^Pirpley 

FACULTY MEMBERS 

Lucy '^'5'^ibona'l^^^^ -_^ ^^^BifSP Elizabeth Tarpley 
Bess Heflin ^BHlMj/ it^'ij/'^ Jennie Wilmot 

Josephine Staab '"■'>''i«Lli.JiBM«i> Hellen King 

Mrs. Anna Faye Teer Peterson 

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MEMBERS 



Frances Margaret Bullard 
Mary Lois Gowdy 
Annie Catherine Macl<ey 
Margaret Murray 
Peggy Edwards Rehm 



FHazel Jane Swift 
Ruth Thompson 
Elizabeth Flora Waugh 
Mary Louise Weir 
Agnes Emilie Wilde 



Omicron Nu is a national organization which has for its purpose the promotion of scholarship, leadership, and 
research in the field of home economics. At present there are thirty chapters. Membership is based on scholar- 
ship, character, and the promise of future achievement. Second semester juniors and seniors having a "B" average 
are eligible for membership. 

Each year Omicron Nu entertains honor students in the Department of Home Economics with a tea. Together 
with the Home Economics Club it sponsors open cultural meetings throughout the year and a traditional Christmas 
program. 



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Phi Beta Kappa 

Scholastic and Honorary Fraternity for Men and Women 

Founded, William and Mary College, 1776 

Alpha of Texas Established 1905 

One h^undred and Twenty-two Active Chapters 



President . 
Vice-President . 
Secretary-Treasurer 



OFFICERS 



\-\. 1. Ettlinger 
Florence Stullken 
Arnold Romberg 



MEMBERS 

CLASS OF 1936 
Anne Reynolds 



Jack Lea Harper 
James Adair Hunt 



Mrs. Louise Humphrey 
Mrs. D. E. Ratliff 



Mrs. Ann Temple Allen 
Giles Croxton Avriett 
Roy Howard Baskin, Jr. 
Rosalie Blly 
Kathleen Blow 
James Dreher Crane 
Benjamin Foster Dunlap 
John Christopher Dunlap 



CLASS OF JUNE 1937 

, Mary Frances Keating 
Mrs. Mary V. Ellis Love 



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:LASS OF AUGUST 1937 

Franklin Lindsay Stovall 




Ties Kenneth Howan 
William CSfa&in 
Mary Jo A^jAngus 
Robert C. fiteGinnis 
Laura EditlvlJillller 
Helen Fay Rsssmore 



Ruby May Pilgrim 
Beth Ryburn 



Sister Mary Rosaria Terr/ 
Bertha Ellen Vinson 



Jessie Howard Smith 
Jane Smoot 
Jackson H. Stuckey 
Greer McClellan Taylor, Jr. 
Margaret Ann Weaver 
William Jacob Wingo 
Elmer Staten Wynne 
Rudolph Felix Zepeda 



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William Franklin Ash 
Wilma Douglas Best 
Clyde Owens Brindley 
Marjorie Buchtler 
Margaret McKnight Davis 
Albin A. Fojt 
Maxine Reta Friedson 



Jack Goren 
Agnes Hauser 
Warren Robards Hughes 
James Edwin Kreisle 
Alvin William Marchak 
Melvin Edgar Martindale 
Martha Vincent Miller 



CLASS OF 1938 (Spring) 

Addison Perry Moore 

iam Daniel Mullins, Jr. 



Wil 

Rose Munves 

Robert Bradford Newman 

Dorothy Novich 

Reba Delphine Palm 

Elsie Lydid Pokorny 



Marigold Miriam Rollins 

Louis William Schleuse 

Mrs. Martha L. Chastain Schmidt 

Evelyn Spikes 

Betty Lois Stratton 

Jules Henri Tallechet 

Settle Jane Vallance 



HONORARY MEMBER 

John William Thomason 






Phi Beta Kappa was originally a social fraternity but it soon came to be recognized as the leading honorary society 
of America. The purpose of the fraternity is shown in its motto, "Wisdom, the guide of life." 

Scholarship requirements for membership are an average halfway between an "A" and a "B" in all courses, and 
a somewhat higher average for transfers. Only grades made in the University are used as a basis for membership 
in this chapter. A nominee must be in the upper one-tenth of the graduating class to be considered for member- 
ship, and no more than the number in the one-tenth may be admitted. Members are selected twice each year. 
Elections are held usually in October and March. 

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Phi Eta Sigma 

Honorary Scholarship Fraternity for Freshmen Men 

Founded, University of Illinois, March 22, 1923 

Texas Chapter Established, February 17, 1931 

Thirty-six Active Chapters 

OFFICERS 

President Tom Law 

Vice-President David Currie 

Secretary Jack Biard 

Treasurer Andrew Thompson 



Robert V. Abshire 
Nat Aicklen 
Pericles Alexander 
Robert Amsler 
Bill Ash 
Giles Avriett 
William Barnes 
Ted O. Bartholow 
Roy Baskin 
Ivan Belknap 
Jack Biard 
Carl Biebers 
Milton Bolding 
R. G. Bounds 
Clovis Brown 
William Brown 
Ralph Burns 
Stanford Busby 
J. Cruse Burton 
Bowling Byers 
J. Frank Cage 
Byron W. Cain 
Clacy Cain 
J. Walker Cain 
James Caldwell 
George Chesnut 
Bill Choate 
Charles Clark 
Kenneth Clark 
Paul Cooper 
Paul H. Coy 
William Crain 
Harold Crockett 
Erwise Culley 
David Currie 
Olin Danquard 



Dudley Davis 
Keith Davis 
Lee J. Davis 
Charles De Lancey, Jr 
George Delavan 
Gilbert Denman 
James Dibrell 
L. L. Dinkins 
Ralph Dreyer 
Jesse Duckett 
Ben Dunlap 
John Dunlap 
Sam Field 
John Files 
Maurice Fincher 
Paul Finkelstein 
Charles Fisher 
Gordon Fisher 
Charles Fitch 
Jack Fouts 
J. Ward Fouts 
Harold Foxhall 
Alfred Frobese 
Carl Furgason 
Frank Goerner 
Edwin Goldberg 
Jack Goren 
John Green 
Joe Greenhill 
Allen GriFfen 
Lindsay Griffin 
Thad Grundy 
James Hartsf^ield 
Capres Hatchett 
Milton Hejtmancik 
Clifton Hill 
Leo Hoffman 



MEMBERS 

Roger Hodge 
James House 
Walter Howard 
James Hurt 
Paul Huser 
William D. Johnson 
Carl Jones 
Baine Kerr 
Robert Keeton 
Alfred King 
Jim Kreisle 
Tom Law 
Maurice Lehmann 
William Lethco 
Philip Lipstate 
Walter Long 
Harvey Longren 
Joe Loper 
Alvin R. Lyie 
Ray Lynch 
Guy McBride 
Bob McGinnis 
J. D. McCutchan 
James McKee 
Bill McLean 
Glen McNatt 
Ralph Mahon 
Alvin Marchak 
Bill Marsh 
Ed. H. Martin 
Irwin MaSsman 
Bill Mdyne 
Julian Meer 
John Meyers 
Charlej Mitchell 
Beal P. Moore 
Ramsey Moore 




Warren Moorman 
Ed. W. Morris 
William C. Morris 
Bill Mounger 
Homer Mueller 
W. D. Mullins 
Evans Munroe 
William Murray 
Theodore Naman 
Stanley Neely 
Robert Newman 
Leslie O'Connor 
Coleman Pack 
Vansant Painter 
J. R. Palm 
Walter Parks 
Robert Patterson 
Eugene Penn 
Lingo Platter 
James Poole 
Melvin Potash 
Charles Prothro 
Warren Pruitt 
Victor Ravel 
Sam Ray 
Jimmie Ribb 
Raymond Rimmer 
E. B. Roberts 
Hamilton Rogers 
Charles Rothe 
Victor Sagebiel 
Lon Sailers 
Jack Scanlan 
Hunter H. Schieffer 
Alfred Schulman 
Armond Schwartz 
Herbert Schwartz 



Harry D. Schwarz 
Fred Scott 
John Seaman 
Everett Shirley 
Charles S. Sharp 
Barton Smith 
E. W. Smith 
William J. Smith 
George Sparks 
Ed Spinks 
Hugh Steger 
Dick Stockton 
James Street 
Jack Stuckey 
William Swayze 
Clifford Swearingen 
Henri Tallichet 
Hilliard Thomas 
Andrew Thompson 
Jesse Thompson 
Louis Tobian 
W. H. Tonn 
Carl R. Trull 
Matthew Tucker 
Charles Watson 
James Watson 
Edgar Weller 
Algie Wells 
J. Edward White 
Eugene Whitlow 
E. C. Wilson 
Woodrow Wilson 
J. D. Wrather 
Dan Wunderman 
Joseph Young 
Alfred Zapp 











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SPRING INITIATES 



Alfred Abramson 
Joe K. Adams 
Frank Anderson 
Reginald Ammons 
Harry Baker 
Koy Bass 
Don Battle 
William Blalock 
Ray Boster 
Spurqeon Britt 
Charles Brown 
Kenneth Brown 



Robert Burns 
Jack Buster 
George Castillo 
Caylos Chapman 
Hub Colley 
Denton Cooley 
Charles Crosby 
Ralph DeLoach 
William Dickens 
Harold Gaither 
Hilburn Gilliam 



Alvin Gratzel 
P. F. Graves 
James Heflin 
Daniel Hegar 
John Hodson 
Ross Holloway 
Jack Hughes 
Ben Hunt 
Herbert Janszen 
David Lewis 
Albert Long 
Alfred Luckett 



Robert Martin 
E. L. Massman 
Brookes Metcalfe 
Richard Miller 
Dean Moore 
Morgan Nesbitt 
Eldon Newton 
Arnold Reynolds 
Orville Rice 
Donald Russell 
Curtis Schmedes 



R. W. Schmied 
Ted Schuiz 
Arch Scurlock 
Herbert Smith 
Killough Smith 
William Steele 
Joe Swearingen 
Callawav Vance 
Marshall Walker 
Charles Widdecke 
Stanton Wilhelm 
Jesse Womack 



All freshmen men students who make a designated scholastic average are automatically elected to membership 
in Phi Eta Sigma. The membership is not limited. Phi Eta Sigma was founded in order to encourage and to recognize 
high scholastic attainment among the men members of the freshman class. 

The fundamental idea behind this fraternity is that early recognition of scholastic application is a stimulus to even 
greater endeavor in following years. The principal activity of Phi Eta Sigma is the annual initiation banquet. 

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Phi Lambda Upsilon 

Honorary Chemical Fraternity 

Founded, University of Illinois, 1899 

Pi Chapter Established 1920 

Thirty-four Active Chapters 



OFFICERS 

President Monroe W. Kriegel 

Vice-President C. T. Wells, Jr. 

Secretary Robert L. Purvin 

Treasurer George Wash 

Reporter H. K. Livingston 

Social Chairman ^^^^\ Vesta Michael 

Faculty Sponsor . . . .ff . .\]. . F-|. R. ^^enze 

Alumni Secretary . . . "V^^T"^-/' • Loy B. Cross 



W. B. Duncan 
W. A. Felsing 
John Griswold 
H. W. Harper 




H. R. Henze 
C. R. Johnson 
H. L Lochte 
E. P. Schoch 



S. R. Alexander 
E. F. Arnett 
Bruce Benedict 
Miiton E. Bolding 
P. K. Cdlaway 
L. B. Cross 
Thomas J. Daniels 
J. F. DraFfen 
Jack M. Fleming 
Fred M. Garland 
Kinney Hancocl< 
Theodore E. Harris 
Luis Herrera 
Hal F. Herron 
A. E. Hoffmann 
Joe T. Horeczy 
W. B. Howard 



Bruce Jones 
John E. Kasch 
Archie Kdsperilc 
C. T. Kenner 
C. H. Kollenberg 
Stanley M. Kozar 
Monroe W. Kriegel 
Samuel Lee 
J. H. Lightfopt 
H. K. Livingston 
Aubrey R. McKinney 
Jack McLellan 
J. W. Magee 
Raymond I. Mahan 
R. G. Mers 
Vesta Michael 
Leslie G. Nunn, Jr. 



Erie Vansant Painter 
Ben A. Phillips 
Loyd W. Pi ester 
Edwin D. Redding 
Stiles Roberts 
Burl G. Rogers 
Ed G. Spinks 
Frank J. Spuhler 
John G. Turk 
C. A. Walker 
Floyd H. Ward 
George Wash 
George M. Watson 
John L. Weeks 
C. T. Wells 
James R. Welsh 
Curtis Wilson 



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Phi Lambda Upsilon has as its purpose to give recognition to those students who have made unusual progress 
in scholarship and in original research in pure and applied chemistry. 

New members are elected at the beginning of each semester. They are selected from men students majoring in 
pure chemistry or chemical engineering. In considering scholastic averages, double value is given to all grades 
in chemistry and mathematics. A nominee is required to pass ballots on both scholarship and personality, the 
former requiting a unanimous vote, and the latter a vote of three-fourths of the active members. Business and 
social meetings are held on the second and fourth Monday of each month. 

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Sigma Delta Chi 

Honorary and Professional Journalism Fraternity for 
Founded, DePauw University, 1909 
Texas Chapter Established 1913 



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OFFICERS 

President Joe Beiden 

Vice-President Ernest Sharpe 

Secretary Frank White 

Treasurer J. B. Billard 



FACULT 



W. D. Hornaday 
William L McGil 
Granville Price 



Pericles Alexander 
James Anderson 
Robert Bdskin 
Joe Beiden 
J. B. Billard 
Sam Brown 
Tomme Call 
Robert Carraway 
Bill Edmondson 
Joe Frantz 
J. C. Gresham 
Lynn Jackson 
Louis Judkins 




William L. Brewster 
Ed Kampmann 
Cy Long 



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James Williamson 



DeWitt Reddick 
Richard Rubottom 
Paul J, Thompson 



Vance Muse 
Waldo Niebuhr 
James Pounds 
Harry Quin 
H. V. Reeves, Jr. 
Vernon Rooke 
Ernest Sharpe 
Everett Shirley 
Edward Syers 
Marshall Well 
B. Frank Whits 
Robert Whitee 
Robert Wilkinson 



John McCully 
Wilbur Rollings 
Boyd Sinclair 



Sigma Delta Chi has as its purpose the promotion of the highest standards of ethics in journalism. The aim of 
its founders was to bring together those of like interest and desires in order that, through the strength of fellowship, 
both in college and throughout the journalistic world, the standard of genius, energy, and truth might dominate 
the field of journalism. Outstanding student journalists who have pledged themselves to the editorial field, to 
the maintenance of the high standards of the profession, and to the encouragement of professional excellence in 
all journalism are selected as members of the organization. 

The annual Interscholastic League Press Conference is directed by Sigma Delta Chi each spring. The main event 
of the organization this year was the Gridiron Banquet which was held just before spring elections. Campus 
politicans were allowed to speak. Their campaigns and events which have taken place on the campus since Septem- 
ber were satirized. Sigma Delta Chi also assisted in bringing Stanley Walker to the campus. The group held two 
smokers for all men journalism students at which outstanding professors of literature were asked to speak. 

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Sigma Delta Pi 



Honorary Spanish Fraternity 
Founded, University of California, November 14, 
Zeta Chapter Established March 1, 1935 



1919 



OFFICERS 



President . 
Vice-President 
Secretary . 
Treasurer 
Reporter . 
Faculty Sponsor 



Lilia M. Casis 
Carlos Castaneda 
C. C. Glascock 
C. NV. Hackett 
R. A. Haynes 
Rex Devern Hopper 



Lillian Adams 
Wilma Allen 
Theodore Apstein 
Louise Ballerstedt 
Clark L Barfield 
George Bernhardt 
Evelyn Blair 
Julia E. Byrnes 
Juliette Jane Canfield 
Doris Carrothers 
John Reagan Cartwright 
Mary Caroline Casey 
Henrietta Castillo 
Mary R, ChaFfin 
George Chesnut 
Orline Clinkscales 
Elizabeth Coleman 




Arnulfo Rodriguez 
Verona Griffith 
Caroline Phillips 
Emeterio Gutierrez 
Laura Edith Miller 
Mrs. Connie Brockette 



Mrs. Margaret Kinney Kress 
C. M. Montgomery '3^C 

Covey Oliver ^^^B 

Dorothy Schons '7 

E. R. Sims 



Matthew Irving Smith 

J. R. Spell 

R. C. Stephenson 

Nina Lee Weisinger 

Lillian Wester 

A. P. Winston 




MEMBERS 



Elizabeth Cook 
Hallie M. Crighton 
Wanda Davis 
Leroy Denman 
Mary Elizabeth Dove 
Frances Dushek 
Clotilde Garcia 
Nannie Graves 
Verona GriFfith 
Emeterio Gutierrez 
Alan Hamlett 
Henry Hauschild 
Dorothy Hoover 
Lorna Hume 
Edith Johnston 
Marjorie Johnston 
Margaret Jones 



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Mary Lewis Jones 
Caroline Kennedy 
Katherine Kleberg 
Elayne Larsen 
Patricia Jane Marshall 
ArnuFo Martinez 
Margaret McDonald 
Laura Edith Miller 
Cleo Moran 
Helen Netzer 
Helen Fay Passmore 
Caroline Phillips 
Jewel Popham 
Thomas A. Price 
Winnie Jo Ramsay 
Reginald Carl Reindorp 
J. C. Roberts 



Arnulfo E. Rodriguez 

Nina Smith 

W. F. Smith 

Sarah Soto 

Stella Stanfield 

Marie Stigler 

Alice Stoddard 

Juliet Thacker 

J. W. Treat 

Clarine Vaden 

R. W. Walling 

Lucile Williams 

James Woodrow Wilson 

Hazel Wright 

Heartsill Young 

Gloria Vzaguirre 



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Sisma Delta Pi, national honorary for students of junior rank and above who show scholastic excellence in Spanish, 
was founded to promote interest in the languase of Spain, and to provide friendly and helpful associations for the 
earnest students of the Castilian tongue. 

Members are chosen in the fall and in the spring by a unanimous vote of the chapter from those having a general 
C average with a "B" in an advanced Spanish course or an "A" in Spanish 12. Sigma Delta Pi meets on the third 
Thursday of every month, and phases of Spanish and Latin-American literature and history are presented by members 
of the faculty and guest speakers. 

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Honorary Geological Fraternity 

Founded, University of Kansas, March 30, 1915 

Zetd Chapter Established April 30, 1920 

Thirty-one Active Chapters 



OFFICERS 



President Jerald H. Bartley 

Vice-President E. A. Dodson 

Secretary-Treasurer . . . . .■ . R. C. Redfield 



Editor 




EMBERS 



J. M. Frost, III 



Jerald H. Bartley 
James D. Burke 
Irby Cobb 
Duncan Corbett 
E. A. Dod: 
John M. Fqi 



Malcolm D. Bennett 
Blake Cockrum 
Prentice O. Geddie 
Louis H. Haring 



Loyd J Ryman 



FALL PLEDGES 



J. M. Frost, III 
Frank J. Gardner 
James W. Hugg 
W. Clyde Ikins 
Dan Johnston 
R. C. Redfield 



Reeves, Jr. 



John H. McCammon 
William G. McCampbell 
Lloyd S. Parker 
M. Frank Reedy 



SPRING PLEDGES 



Joe A. Champion 
Roger H. Davis 
Warren P. Fuller 
Thomas F. Head 
Atlee G. Manthos 
Johnny B. Moorehead 



George A. Musselman 
Kemp D. Solcher 
Warren C. Thackston 
T. Carrol Tillotson 
Bruce Wilson 
James M. Windham 




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Sigma Gamma Epsilon, national honorary fraternity for geology, mining metallurgy, and ceramics, has as its object 
the social, scholastic, and scientific advancement of its members. The fraternity believes that students associated 
together in these kindred sciences should strive to create interest in these special fields of endeavor. Activities 
consist of bi-monthly meetings at which papers are read or talks of professional interest are given. 

Membership is chosen from men students of junior standing or better who fulfill the scholarship and personality 
requirements. The student must have at least three courses in geology, mining metallurgy, or ceramics, and the 
serious intention of making one of these sciences his life's work. 

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Tau Delta Alpha 

Founded, University of Texas, November 12, 1937 
Motto: "GIdube im Leben" 



OFFICERS 

President Bettie Vallance 

Vice-President Leah Nathan 

Secretary Sylvia Schmidt 

Reporter Elizabeth Hord 

FHistorian . ggiiiiiriiin , . . Harriet Franks 

Sponsor . JhK' • • 9lk • • W. A. Felsins 



Dr. Caroline Croweil 
Dr. Elizabeth Gentry 




Dr. Katharine McCormIck 
Hilda Rosene 



Dr. Margaret Schoch 




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Nell White Bdrf««i 
Dorothy Brewer 
Georgia Fefter 
Harriet Franks 
Albertine Herring 
Jane Hight 
Elizabeth Hord 
Martha Bea Houston 
Wilma Kellner 
Margaret Leslie 
Fanny Machles 



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jg Rosewlunves 
f Jane Nash 
"Vl Leah Nathan 
^'— f)elphine Palm 
Dorothy Randall 
Helen Rankin 
Sylvia Schmidt 
Nylah Tom 
Bettie Vallance 
Margaret Webb 
Bette Young 



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I he objects of this fiaternity are to promote a higher scholastic standing, to encourage closer friendship, and to 
advance a higher prestige among the women pre-medical students of the University. Members must have sopho- 
more standing, a general "B" average, and must have had Zoology I and Chemistry I. 



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Theta Sigma Phi 

Honorary and Professional Journalism Fraternity for Women 

Founded, University of Wasfiington, 1909 

Xi Chapter Establisfied 1919 

Thirty-nine Active Chapters 

OFFICERS 

President Mavournee Fitzgerald 

Vice-President Alice Mary Adams 

Secretary Constance Matula 

Treasurer Margaret Presnall 

Keeper of the Archives FHelen Fay Passmore 

Reporter Ann Eldyss Jarratt 

Faculty Sponsor DeWitt Reddick 

Alumna Advisor Lorena Drummond 



PATRONESSES 

Mrs. H. y. Benedict Mrs, 

Annie Webb Blanton Mrs. 

Mrs. Lynn Ijiui ter Li 
Mrs. Reece Wilson 



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ASSOCIATE MEMBERS |' 

Mrs. Molly Connor Cook Mrs.fVlargaret Johansen 

Ruth Cross 

Mrs. Daisy Thorne Gilbert 

Martha Stipe 



Ruth Lewis 

Mrs. Charles Stephens 



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HONORARY MEMBERS I 

Marguerite hlarrison Edna St. Vincent Millay 



FACULTY MEMBERS 



Lorena Drummond 



Alice Mary Adams 
Margaret Bownds 
La Verne Bryson 
Mary Frances Casbeer 
Nell Cherry 
Mavournee Fitzgerald 
Margarette Garrison 



MEMBERS ■ 

Frankie Gist 
Ann Eldyss Jarratt 
Elizabeth Keeney 
Constance Matula 
Betty Moore 
Kathryn Owens 
Virginia Parton 
h-lelen Fay Passmore 



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Jean Phipps 
Margaret Presnall 
Anne Ramsey 
CliFford Snowden 
Doll Thompson 
Oma Ray Walker 
Frankie Mae Welborn 



Theta Sigma Phi aims to unite in bonds of good fellowship University women who are now studying journalism 
and intend to make it their career, to confer honor upon women who distinguish themselves in their profession as 
undergraduates or professionals, and to accomplish definite achievements as a group in the field of letters. This 
national organization hopes to raise the standards of journalism, to improve the working conditions in the pro- 
fession, and to inspire the individual to do better work. 

This year Xi Chapter has sponsored lectures by nationally-known writers and journalists, including Stanley Walker, 
Marjorie Hillis, and Bertita Harding. The second annual "Time Staggers On," all-campus musical revue, was 
presented, and an award was given to the outstanding girl in the Department of Journalism who is not a member 
of Theta Sigma Phi. Other activities include a reception for the Department of Journalism, Christmas party for 
The Daily Texan staff, and the annual Matrix Table. 

Members are selected in October and March by a unanimous vote of the chapter. Qualifications are junior 
standing, "B" average in journalism, "C" average in other courses, leadership, high character, and such desirable 
traits as would indicate success in journalism. 

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First courses in business administration offered at the 
University were included in the curriculum of the College 
of Arts and Sciences in 1912. The School of Business 
Administration was created in 1922 and was housed in 
three shacks on the campus. J. Anderson Fitzgerald, Professor 
of Banking and Insurance, is Dean of the present school 
which is housed in Waggener FHaJI. Sixty semester hours 
of completed prescribed work in the College of Arts and 
Sciences is required for entrance into the business administra- 
tion school. It is the objective of the School of Business 
Administration to provide professional training for pros- 
pective business men and women which should improve 
their efficiency as employee, employer, and citizen. Early 
in 1935 a business administration room was opened in the 
Librar/ Building offering the students all types of reading 
matter that will be helpful in their chosen profession. 





J. Anderson Fitzgerald, Dean of the 
School of Business Administration. 



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C. Aubrey Smith, Professor of Accounting . . . 
Grand National President of Beta Alpfia Psi, 
national accounting fraternity . . . former senior 
accounting analyst of Securities and Exchange 
Commission in Washington, D. C. 



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Edward Karl McGinnis, (left) Professor of 
Business Law and Real Estate ... is director 
of First Federal Building and Loan Association 
. . . is working on government's activities in 
housing. . . has had a number of articles published. 

J. C. Dolley, Professor of Banking and Invest- 
ments . . . chairman of the Intercollegiate Athletic 
Council . . . vice-president of the National 
Collegiate Athletic Association . . . has written 
a number of articles and given several lectures. 

The Main Building from the Kappa Sigma house 
on Nineteenth Street. s 



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The Main Building, the University's centerpiece, 
partly hidden by the thick foliage of surrounding 
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William P. Boyd, Associate Professor of Business 
Administration . . . vice-president of the American 
Business Writing Association ... has written a 
book on the fundamentals of good letter writing. 

Chester F. Lay, Professor of Accounting and 
Management ... has taught in schools far and 
near, from Constantinople to Colorado . . . served 
as a full professor at the University of Chicago . . . 
associate editor of "Southwestern Social Science 
Quarterly" . . . organizer and president of the 
Texas Association of University Instructors of 
Accounting. 







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Clyde Taylor 
Carlen Krause 
Byron Cain 



Business Administration Council 



OFFICERS 



President . 
Secretary-Treasurer 



MEMBERS 



Byron W. Cain 
Clyde Taylor 



Senior Class . 
Junior Class 
Junior Class . 
Junior Class 
Junior Class . 
B. A. Assembly 
B. A. Assembly 
Beta Alpha Psi 
Delta Sigma Pi 
Beta Gamma Sigma 
Sigma lota Epsilon 
The Business Administration Counci 



Clyde Taylor 
Byron W. Cain 
Dee Downs 
James R. Moore 
Lon Sailors 
Ottis Stahl 
Cordie Harper 
Foster Parker 
Thomas Robertson 
Carlen Krause 
Clinton Evans 
the executive board of the School 



of Business Administration, was organized to help create a spirit of friend- 
liness and cooperation among students of that school. The principal duty 
of the Council is the planning and directing of the annual banquet of 
the school and supervising over the election and coronation of the Queen 
of Finance. 

The Council is composed of one lepresentative from the Senior class, 
four representatives from the Junior class, the Business Administration 
assemblymen, and one representative from each of the honorary and 
professional societies in the School of Business Administration. Its 
officers are selected from the members of the Council itself; the president 
of the Council automatically becomes the president of the entire School 
of Business Administration. 



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Hemphill, Craig, Boyd, Wolf, 
Stahl, Harper, Hobbs, Taylor 

Landsan, Robertson, Boyer, 
Horn, Shaw, Reasan, Pass, 
Zeiss 

Blackshear, Walter, Murphy, 
Woodall, Lear, Coffins, Bell, 
Kuldell, Stuart 



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Delta Sisma Pi 

Professional Business Administration Fraternity 

Founded, New York University, November 7, 1907 

Beta Kappa Chapter Established December 13, 1930 

Fifty-five Active Chapters 



OFFICERS 



Headmaster . 
Chancellor 
Secretary 
Treasurer . 



. Clyde Fd. Taylor 

Tom Wheat 
. Ottis Stahl, Jr. 

Gilbert T. Wolf 



FACULTY MEMBERS 

W. p. Boyd J. C. Dolley 



MEMBERS 



Grant S. Baze 
Basil Bell 
Jack Blackshear 
Jack Wesley Boyer 
William Coffing 
W. D. Crais, Jr. 
Woodrow Cruse 
Cordie Harper 
T. J. Hemphill 



Roy R. Baines 
Milton Lee Briggs 
Carroll E. Brown 
Travis Evans 
George W. Gattman 



Rene Paul Henry 
Edward Hobbs 
Raymond Horn 
Jay H. Kenesson, Jr. 
Robert C. Kuldell 
William Lanagan 
Tom H. Lear 
Raymond J. Martin 
Thomas Murphy 



Samuel Pass 
Sydney Reagan 
Thomas Robertson 
Robert Shaw 
Farrell D. Smith 
Ottis Stahl, Jr. 
Rupert A. Stuart, Jr. 
Clyde H. Taylor 
Woodrow Walter 



PLEDGES 



William George 
Jack Hatcher 
Robert B. Kemp 
Howard Martin 
Ernest E. Merkt 



Robert A. Nichols 
Donald R. Richardson 
George M. Roach 
Edward J. Russell 
Thomas Sears 





Clyde H. Taylor, 
Headmaster 



Roderick W. Webb 
Wendell Wendt 
Tom H. Wheat 
Louis Williams 
Gilbert T. Wolf 
Miles Woodall 
George H. Zeiss 



Floyd C. Smith 
John Smith 
Elwin O. Swint 
Malcolm S. Vaughn 
Charles H. Word 



Delta Sigma Pi was organized to foster the study of business in universities, to encourage scholarship and the 
association of students for their mutual advancement by research and practice, to promote closer affiliation between 
the commercial world and students of commerce, and to further a higher standard of commercial ethics and culture, 
and the civic and commercial welfare of the community. The membership is made up of men students of better 
than average scholarship pursuing courses in anticipation of a degree in business administration. New members 
are selected twice each year by tne active members of the chapter. 

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Grady, Loper, Addison, 
Parker, Evans 

Cowsar, Farris, Boyer, 
Townsend, Anderson 

Bernhardt, Lay, Patterson, 
Lewis 





Clinton Evans, 

General Manager 



Sigma lota Epsilon 

Honorary and Professional Business Management Fraternity 

Founded, University of Illinois, January, 1927 

Texas Chapter Established 1928 

Four Active Chapters 



OFFICERS 

General Manager Clinton Evans 

Assistant General Manager Foster Parker 

Controller F. W. Addison, Jr. 

Finance Manager Donald P. Bandy 

Personnel Director — (Business) . . . . E. Stewart Skidmore 

Personnel Director — (Engineering) . . . Glen E. Grady 



FACULTY MEMBERS 

Chester F. Lay John R. Stocl<ton 



F. W. Addison, Jr. 
William P. Alexander, Jr. 
Hudson L. Anderson 
Bowman Baker 
Donald P. Bandy 
Carl H. Bernhardt 
Wesley Boyer 
A. E. Brinkmeier 



MEMBERS 

Glen Irl Cowsar 
Neal Eskew 
Clinton Evans 
Kinder Farris 
Glen E. Grady 
Robert L. Harris, Jr. 
Emil Heinen, Jr. 
Wilson Levels 



Joe Loper 

Grainger W. Mcllhany 
H. Julian Morehouse 
Foster Parker 
Henry T. Patterson 
E. Stewart Skidmore 
William W. Townsend 



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Sigma lota Epsilon has as its purpose the promotion of a high standard of scholarship and the maintenance of an 
active interest in managerial activity among the students registered for this course in the School of Business Adminis- 
tration. The fraternity provides an opportunity for closer contacts betv^een students, business executives, and 
faculty members who are interested in management work, than would otherwise be afforded. 

Requirements for membership demand at least a "B" average in all managerial courses, a high general average 
in other courses, and that the new members be selected from the senior class or from those doing graduate work. 
Honorary membership may be conferred upon members of faculties in charge of management courses, and others 
who have distinguished themselves in this field of work. 

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Beta Alpha Psi 

Honorary Accounting Fraternity 

Founded, University of Illinois, Februar/ 12, 1919 

Theta Chapter Established May 31, 1924 

Fifteen Active Chapters 



OFFICERS 

President Foster Parker 

Vice-President Jarlath O. Edwards 

Permanent Vice-President John Arch White 



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Secretary-Treasurer 



Giles C. Avriett 



FACULTY MEMBERS 



William Fred Farrar 
Samuel Paul Garner 
Coleman C. Gulley 
Henry Albert Handrick 
Leo Cecil Haynes 
G. Cummings Hill 
John Elton Hodges 




Chester F. Lay 

George Hillis Newlove 

Bland Pope 

leginald Rushing 

C. D. Simmons 

C. Aubrey Smith 

JZ. H. ^oarenberg 




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Starley F. M. Alford 
Giles C. Avriett 
Floyd Bailey 
Donald P. Bandy 
Joe Frank Boydstun 
John Henry Braubach 
Byron Wilson Cain 
John William Cargile 
Robert Lee Collins 
Harris C. Curtis 
Keith Davis 
Laurence Eastland 



HONORARY MEMBERS 

A. C. Upleger ^^ M 

MEMBER^ 

Jarlath O. Edwards 
William Paul George 
Elvis G. Hall ' 
Benjamin Lee Hill 
Ernest L. Johnson 
Worth F. Johnson 
Robert Ernest Keeton 
Lawrence Harry Kriegel 
Robert Campbell McGinnis 
Grainger Walter Mcllhaney 
George Ernest Metzenthin 



J. B. Allred 



Robert Anthony Moran 
Foster Parker 

Leonard Anthony B. Parker 
Grover Walton Payne 
Enochs Lee Pendleton 
Herman Lee SchieFfer 
David Eldredge Sleeper 
Bill Duke Walser 
Charles A. Watson 
Henry August Widdecke 
George Weldon Wiggins 
Perrin Glenn Williams 



Beta Alpha Psi, the honorary accounting fraternity in the School of Business Administration, strives to promote 
the study of accounting according to highest ethical standards, to encourage fraternal relations between professional 
men, instructors, and students of accounting and to develop high moral, scholastic, and professional attainments of 
its members. 

The membership requirements are a "B" average in accounting courses and a "C" average in all other business 
courses. New members are selected by the active members of the chapter. Personality and interest in the account- 
ing profession are considered along with the scholastic requirements. 

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Beta Gamma Sigma 

National Honorary Business Administration Fraternity 



OFFICERS 

President E. Karl McGinnis 

Vice-President Dorothy Ayres 

Secretary-Treasurer Everett G. Smith 



J. Anderson Fitzgerald 
Dorothy Ayres 
James Clay Dolley 
Ruth Estelle Gold 
Coleman C. Gulley 
Henry Albert Handrick 
John Elton hlodges 
Alice Mae Holmes 



Joyce Hope Brown 
Shudde Bess Bryson 
Clacy Malvin Cain 



Frederick William Addison 
Starley F. M. AlFord 
Hermene Nell Baur 
Grant Sheridan Baze 
Ralph Melot Burns 
Opal Denson 
Ja;ldth O'Neill Edwards 



FACULTY MEMBERS 

Chester Frederic Lay 
E. Karl McGinnis 
Maebess Edwy Matthews 
Georj^^ibbNewlove 
Will«rAhlers*Nielander 
Edv^rd^rnq/Olle 
J. Blan-ffPope' 



GRADUATE STUDENTS 




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SENIORS 

t|Fdm Paul George 

Adelaide Charlotte Heinen 
Winfield Addison Holmes 
Eleanor RacheJ Holt 
Dorothy Krause 
Francis Barnes May 



JUNIORS 



Carroll Day Simmons 
C. Aubrey Smith 
Everett G. Smith 
Charles H. Sparenberg 
Florence Mae Stullken 
John Arch White 
Leah Wilson 
Ambrose Pare Winston 



Joe Greenhill 
Burke Horton 
Grainger Mcllhany 



Julian Milton Meer 
Ramsey Moore 
Foster Parker 
Grover Walton Payne 
Margaret Jane Shaver 
Clint Charles Small, Jr. 
Hugh Lynn Steger 



Uin 

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Evelyn Ruth Cherkas 
William Eugene Collins 
Keith Davis 
Robert Ernest Keeton 



AlFred Ashbrook King 
Dorothy Kreiter 
Joe William Loper 
Velda Viola Woods 



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The purpose of Beta Gamma Sigma is to encourage and to reward scholarly accomplishments among students in 
American collegiate schools of commerce and business administration. 

Active membership is limited to graduate and undergraduate students of either sex who are candidates for a 
degree in commerce or business administration, who rank in the upper one-fifth of their respective classes by 
weighted average, and who have no failure, conditions, or incompletes standing against them. New members 
are elected at the beginning of the second semester in each academic year. The maximum number of seniors to be 
elected shall not exceed one-tenth of the registered total of that class. No more than one-fifteenth of the junior 
class may be admitted to the fraternity. 






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Bland, Law, Hasskarl, fc * ' ^ 

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The jurisdiction of the Judiciary Council is exclusive and 
final in all cases arising under the constitution and laws of the 
Students' Association. The chairman of the Council is elected 
in the spring and the six members are elected the following 
fall. Chairman and members must be of junior standing when 
they take office. 

Tom Law was chairman of the Judiciary Council this year 
and the following were members: Anne Fleming, Mary 
Katherine Settegast, Jane Eyres, David Bland, Walter Hasskarl, 
and J. G. Martel. The Council is always composed of three 
women students and three men students. 



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The College of Engineering was created in 1894, a 
development of the work in applied mathematics given in 
the College of Arts and Sciences. A degree in civil 
engineering was the first given by the College. A bachelor 
of science degree in electrical engineering was given in 
1904; degrees in architecture have been given since 1909, 
in mechanical engineering since 1914, in chemical engineer- 
ing since 1916, in aeronautical engineering from 1927 
until 1932, and degrees in petroleum production since 1928. 
W. R. Woolrich, Professor of Mechanical Engineering, came 
from Tennessee two years ago to become Dean of the College, 
hie succeeded T. U. Taylor, who retired to part-time teaching 
and the office of Dean Emeritus of the College. The College 
is housed in two buildings. The Department of Architecture 
is located in the Architecture Building and all other depart- 
ments drz in the Engineering Building. 



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W. R. Woolrich, Dean of the College oF 
Engineering. 



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George H. Fancher, ProFessor of 
Petroleum Engineering ... his 
extensive research articles on the 
ow of fluids through oil sands 
constitute the principal part of the 
book "The Flow of Homogeneous 
Fluids," an authoritative text for 
petroleum engineers. 

E. C. H. Bantel, Professor of Civil 
Engineering . . . Assistant Dean of 
the College of Engineering, chairman 
of the committee on arrangements for 
commencement exercises . . . has a 
philosophy that very often aids and 
encourages his students. 

H. E. Degler, Professor of Me- 
chanical Engineering . . . novvf 
working on a senior textbook en- 
titled "Gas and Oil Power" . . . 
wrote a textbook on "Internal 
Combustion Engines" with special 
emphasis on recent progress of Diesel 
engines . . . has conducted numer- 
ous research and thesis projects since 
coming to the University. 



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C. R. Granberry, Associate Pro- 
fessor of Electrical Ensineering . . 
was in charge of engineering work 
of University Centennial Exposition 
. . . well known as a painter . . . 
his supervision of the lighting system 
of the University was praised by the 
"Light," official magazine of Genera 
Electric Company. 

T. U. Taylor, Professor of Civil 
Engineering . . . Dean Emeritus of 
the College of Engineering . . . 
although retired from full-time teach- 
ing, "The Grand Old Man" is still 
very active; within the last year he 
has traced out early Anglo-Saxon 
trails across Texas, also pioneer points 
on the Pecos River from the head of 
the river to its mouth . . . this re- 
search is to be published in "Frontier 
Times." 

H. H. Power, Professor of Petrol- 
eum Production Engineering . . . 
chairman of the topical committee on 
production technology of the Ameri- 
can Petroleum Institute . . . wrote 
an article entitled "Oil ^X'ell Pump- 
ing" for "The Science of Petroleum," 
one of the most comprehensive 
reference books on natural gas and 
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Spinles, Morehouse, Arnett, 
Whitlow, Kdsperik, House, 
Ferguson, Focht 

Reed, Avera, Basse, Battle, 
Bicsele, Burrus, Busby, 
Crawford 

Crockett, C, Crockett, H., 
Daniels, Fisher, Ford, Fox, 
Goldberg, Gouldy 

Gustafson, Herrera, Herron, 
Hight, Jackson, Johnston, 
Jones, Kelfer 








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Tpu Beta Pi 

Honorary Engineering Fraternity 

Founded, .Lahish University, 1885 

Alpha o^xas Establisjjed 1916 

Sixty-seven Active ^^pters 



OFFICERS 



President 

Vice-President 

Recording Secretary . 

Corresponding Secretary 

Treasurer 

Cataloger 



Edward Spinks 
Julian Morehouse 
Earl Arnett 
E. P. Whitiov^. 
Archie Kasperik 
James hHouse 



FACULTY ADVISORS 



Leiand Barclay 
Phil Ferguson 



John Focht 
M. B. Reed 



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Liberal culture is the indispensible compliment of a technical education. In its campus activities, Texas Alpha 
Chapter of Tau Beta Pi reflects a thorough appreciation of the social, economic, and esthetic aspects of modern 
life. 

Tau Beta Pi undergraduate members, representing dll engineering branches in the College of Engineering, are 
selected from the seniors vv'hose grades place them in the upper quarter of their class and whose character is above 
reproach. Outstanding juniors ranking in the upper eight of their class may be elected and alumni who have con- 
ferred honor upon their Alma Mater through exemplary attainments in the field of engineering. 

For the first time in the association's fifty-three years of existence, the annual convention was held in the South- 
west, when Texas Alpha served as host to delegates from engineering colleges all over the Nation, October 14, 
15,16,1937. 

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Tau Beta Pi 




Kumm, LaGrone^ Lee, 
Livingston, McCroclciin, 
McLellan, Malinowski, 
MayField 

Morrow, Plaza, Pistole, Post, 
Purvin, Richmond, Rhea, 
Ri33S 

Romero, Simon, Spuhler, 
StiFford, Swift, Turk, Taylor, 
Tillotson 

Traxler, Turner, Vance, 
Walcott, Walker, Watson, 
Wilson, D., Wilson, J., 
Wrisht 



Howard Alves 
Earl Arnett 
E. L. Avera 
Arno Basse 
Joel Battle 
R. G. Blesele 
Alfred Bradfield 
Durward Burrus 
Stanford Busby 
Lloyd Crawford 
Leslie Crockett 
Howard Crockett 
Ttiomas Daniels 
Gordon Fisher 
Steve Ford 
Jeff Fox 

Edwin Goldberg 
Roland Gouldy 
W. E. Gustafson 
Luis Herrera 
Francis Herron 




* MEMBERS 



'oseph Hic^ 

ames Hous 

eon Jackson 
J. F. Johnston 
Bruce Jones 
Archie Kasperik 
Oscar Kelfer jjs'l 
Brent Kumm v'.* 
Alfred LaGrone " 
Sanuel Lee 
H, K. Livingston 
Rufus Malinowski 
Julian Morehouse 
Morris Morrow 
A. J. McCrocklin 
Jack McLellan 
Harry Pistole 
Joseph Plaza 
Henry Post 
Robert Purvin 
John Rhea 



B. D. Richmond 
Harold Riggs 
Robert Romero 
R. F. Simon 
Edward Spinks 
Harry Stafford 
W. O. Swift 
M. I. Taylor 
T. C. Tillotson 
B. L. Towie 
John Traxler 
John Turk 
R. P. Turner 
John Vance 
Henry Walcott 
Charles Walker 
George Watson 
E. P. Whitlow 
Davis Wilson 
James Wilson 
L. T. Wright 



FACULTY MEMBERS 



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E. C. H. Bantel 
Leiand Barclay 
L. R. Benson 
S. L. Brown 
A. E. Cooper 
W. F. Cottingham 



J. A. Dinwiddle 
C. J. Eckhardt 
Phil M. Ferguson 
John Focht 
L. J. B. LcCoste 
J. D. McFarland 



Banks McLaurin 
W. H. McNeill 
F. D. Mayfield 
M. B. Reed 
Stiles Roberts 
E. P. Schoch 



H. G. Schutze 
B. E. Short 
Frank Spuhler 
T. U. Taylor 
R. V. Vittucci 
W. R. Woolrich 



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White, Brown, Kumm, Squires, 
Pistole, Smith, LaGrone, 
Morehouse, Stafford, Ramsey, 
Kershner 

Files, Culley, Mistinowski, 
Grady, Clabdugh, McLane, 
Westcott, Gutsch 

Wood, Simon, Deininger, 
Traxler, McCroclclin, Mannix, 
Gumm 

Cox, Diemer, Reed, Schuiz, 
Nankervis, Wilkirson, 
Headrick, Burrus 





Julian Morehouse^ 
President 



A. I. E. E. 



OFFICERS 

President Julian Morehouse 

Vice-President Harry N. Stafford 

Secretary-Treasurer Alfred LaGrone 

Counselor Josepfi Ramsay 



Joseph Ramsay 



FACULTY MEMBERS 

M. B. Reed 



E. H. Schuiz 



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Stcri 



MEMBERS 



Hiram S. Brown 
Durward A. Burrus 
William Clabaugh 
Edwin Cox 
Milton H. Culley 
Earl Olin Danguard 
Alfred Davis 
Clifford F. Deininger 
Theodore Diemer 
John Whitley Evans 
Raymond Farr 
Sidney J. Files 



Marion Edwin Forsman 
John Paul German 
Glen E. Grady 
Charles C. Gumm, Jr. 
Frank Gutsch 
Walter Fred Hargrave 
James Milton Headrick 
Alden Earl Jackson 
Stephen Wallace Kershner 
Brent Kumm 
Alfred LaGrone 
Andrew McCrocklin 



Fletcher McLane 
Rufus T. Malinowski 
John Mannix 
Sidney Martin 
Julian Morehouse 
Byron Nankervis 
Myron B. Pence 
Harry Pistole 
Henry Post 
Milton Raqsdale 
Louis Raschke 
Marshall Ribe 



Robert Romero 
R. F. Simon 
R. Byron Smith 
Arthur Spero 
Warren G. Squires 
Harry N. Stafford 
John G. Traxler 
Hoyt Westcott 
H. F. White 
Alvin H. Willis 
Pat Wilkirson 
Frank Wood 



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The American Institute of Electrical Engineers was founded in 1884. The purposes of the organization are to 
advance the theory and practice of electrical engineering and of applied arts and sciences and to promote fellow- 
ship among students working toward the same profession. 

Anyone who is working toward a degree in electrical engineering is eligible for membership. The Institute 
cooperates with Eta Kappa Nu in the electrical part of the Power Show. The group meets every two weeks and 
usually presents a speaker, either a visiting professional engineer or a professor. The organization helps place 
students after they have completed their college work. 

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Graves, Focht, Ferguson, 
House, Broolcs, V., Redus, 
Bell, KairJs 

Hyden, Basse, Turner, Arnold, 
Levine, Crawford 

Mayfield, Ford, Clopton, 
Swift, Allen 

Fox, Newsome, Denmark, 
Crosby, Reglin 



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OFFICERS 

President Paul D. Gregory 

Vice-President J. P. House 

Secretary M. V. Brooks 

Treasurer Frank Redus 



Phil M. Ferguson 



FACULTY MEMBERS 

John A. Focht 



Q. B. Graves 




Paul Gregory, 
President 



MEMBERS 



Carrol Allen 
Glen Arnold 
G. W. Austin 
Arno Basse 
Joe Battle 
Blan Bell 
A. L. Bradfield 
Fredie Brooks 
M. V. Brooks 
Gerald M. Clopton 
L. E. Crawford 



Shelby Crosby 
M. A. Denmark 
Robert Dix 
V. H. Douglas 
M. T. Edmonds 
JeFf Fox 

Paul D. Gregory 
J. Tanner Hooker 
J. P. House 
B. S. Hyden 



Paul A. Kairis 
Rudy A. Kiehne 
Ed Levine 
J. S. McKee 
Malcolm Mayfield 
R. G. Mueller 
R. C. Newsome 
R. G. Ojeda 
J. Frank Redus 
Fred Reglin 



H. K. Rigsbee 
Elmo Sims 
Robert Stemmonds 
W. O. Swift 
Benson Taylor 
J. Von Thaden 
Fred Thompson 
Roger P. Turner 
F. Allyn Webster 
Robert Wilson 
Murray Yantis 



The University of Texas student chapter of The American Society of Civil Engineers is one of 115 chapters 
affiliated with the national society w^hich is the oldest engineering organization in the United States, having been 
founded in 1852. The purpose of this chapter is to provide contact between students and practicing engineers. 

Meetings are held regularly twice each month at which students and graduates give papers on various related 
subjects. An effort is also made to have papers given on subjects not particularly related to engineering. In 
this way the engineering student's education may be broadened. The student chapter has at least one social func- 
tion each semester and each year takes a very active part in the Engineering Open House and Power Show. 
Membership is limited to students of civil and architectural engineering. 

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Benson, Weintraub, S., 
Anthony, Lee, Powers, 
Hight, Wright, Waclcer, 
Moore, Weintraub, A. 

Oge, Lancaster, Ramsey, J., 
Norman, Atkinson, Willis, 
Crockett, L. 

Begcman, Walcott, Skoog, 
Perkins, Selkirk, Burton, 
Greenwood, Burgess 

Cohen, Shallenberger, 
Sharpless.'Mayer, Kainer, 
Marsh, Hashagen 




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A. S. M. E. 




J. C. Might, 
Chairman 



D. N. Allensworth 
J. R. Anthony 
Ben Atkinson 
Bill Besserer 
Rudolph Bodemuller 
Garland Brown 
Richard Burgess 
Vernon Burton 
Robert Byers 
Aaron Cohen 
Harold Crockett 
Leslie Crockett 
Steve Evans 
R. L. Fuller 
Pete Grayum 



OFFICERS 

Chairman J. C. Hight 

Vice-Chairman E. J. Wacker 

Secretary Ralph Powers 

Treasurer Richard Lee 



Myron L. Begeman 



FACULTY MEMBERS 

Leonard R. Benson 



William H. Shallenberj 



MEMBERS 



Gorman Greenwood 
W. K. Griffis 
Ralph Hashagen 
J. C Hight 

A. L. Hollis 
Robert Jordan 
John Kainer 
W. A. Lane 
Frank Lary 
Richard Lee 
William Lancaster 
William Marsh 
Jimmie Mayer 

B. P. Moore 
J. T. Morris 



Jack Nendell 
John Norman 
George Oge 
Walter Payne 
Raymond Pechacek 
Sam Perkins 
Thomas Pofahl 
Ralph Powers 
Roberto Sada 
John Scott 
Jess Selkirk 
Ralph Sharpless 
C. W. Simpson 
Forrest Skoog 
C. E. Smith, Jr. 



J. W. Ramsey 
T. I. Ramsey 
Brady Tunell 
J. T. Vance 
E. J. Wacker 
Jack Wackerbarth 
H. G. Walcott 
Charles H. Waldman 
J. L. Weil 
Arthur Weintraub 
Sidney Weintraub 
Alvin H. Willis 
Davis Wilson 
Lawrence Wright 



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The student branch of the American Association of Mechanical Engineers was organized for the purpose of 
creating and maintaining aboutthe apprentice mechanical engineer an atmosphere of engineering developments and 
achievements, manifested by the direct association with the foremost engineers in America,- to form a binding union 
between fellow mechanical engineers,- to inspire and actuate a feeling of mutual trust and interest in personal contacts 
as well as in professional duties,- and to unite under common leadership, without prejudice, the activities of a great 
organization. 

Through the use of guest speakers, national student contests and student papers, as well as occasional social 
functions, student support and morale are maintained. Through this organization are the purposes of the Department 
of Mechanical Engineering of The University of Texas conveyed to the student in a manner intended to interest and 
to further him in his chosen profession. 

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Pi Tau Sisma 

Honorary Mechanical Engineering Fraternity 

Founded, Chicago, Illinois, March 12, 1916 

Kappa Chapter Established April 18, 1931 

Sixteen Active Chapters 



OFFICERS 

President E. J. Wacker 

Vice-President Richard J. Lee 

Recording Secretary Rudolph Bodemuller 

Corresponding Secretary Davis D. Wilson 

Treasurer Steve Evans 










E. J. Wacker, 








President 




FACULTY MEMBERS 






M. L. Begeman 
J. L. Bruns 
H. E. Degler 


C. J. Eckhardt 
M. M. Heller 
Alfred Kettler 
B. E. Short 

MEMBERS 


T. U. Taylor 
W. R. Wool rich 
Alex Vallance 




Rudolph Bodemuller 
C. Leslie Crockett 
Harold Crockett 
Steve Evans 
Joseph Hight 
Alvin Hollas 


J. Ford Johnston 
Richard Lee 
William Marsh 
Sam Perkins 
John W. Ramsey 
Ralph Sharpless 

PLEDGES 


John Vance 
E. J. Wacker 
Harry Walcott 
Davis D. Wilson 
James F. Wilson 
L T. Wright 




Bill Besserer 
Don D. Dunklin 
Frank A. Goerner 


J. Hill 
John Kainer 
William Lane 


Frank Lary 
James McMlchael 
James Malone 





Pi Tau Sigma has as its object the fostering of the high ideals of the engineering profession, the stimulating of 
interest in mechanical engineering activities, and the promoting of the mutual, professional welfare of its members 
in college and in practice. 

Members are chosen on a basis of sound engineering ability, scholarship, personality, and probable future success 
in their chosen field of mechanical engineering. Members are elected twice a year from the junior and senior classes 
of the Department of Mechanical Engineering. At the fall election, members are chosen from the upper thirty-three 
per cent of the senior class and from the upper seventeen per cent of the junior class,- at the spring election, only 
from the upper twenty-five per cent of the junior class. 



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Chi Epsilon 

Honorary Civil Engineering Fraternity 



OFFICERS 



President 

Vice-President . 

Secretary 

Treasurer .... 
Associate Editor of The Trans 



E. C. H. Bantel 
P. M. Ferguson 
S. P. Finch 




J. P. House 

W. O. Swift 

M. V. Brooks 
L. E. Crawford 
Arno Basse 



J. A. Focht 
Bdni<s McLaurin 
T. U. Taylor 



MEMBERS 



Arno Basse 
M. V. Brooks 
Victor O. Bunata 
L E. Crawford 



Marion A. Denmarl< 
JeFf Fox 
J. P. House 
Oscar Kelfer 
DeVerne Kittles 



R. G. Ojeda 
Burley Richmond 
W. O. Smith 
Roger P. Turner 



Chi Epsilon is a national honorary fraternity for civil and architectural engineers. It is based on the broad 
principles of character, scholarship, practicality, and sociability. Its members are selected from the upper third 
of the junior and senior classes. 



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Eta Kappa Nu 

Honorary Electrical Engineering Fraternity 

Founded, University of Illinois, October, 1904 

Psi Chapter Established April, 1928 

Twenty-six Active Chapters 



OFFICERS 



President . . . . 
Vice-President . 
Recording Secretary 
Corresponding Secretary 
Treasurer . . . . 
Bridge Correspondent 



M. B. Reed 
W. R. Woolrich 



Kennetii Barton 
Durward A. Burrus 
P. E. Cooper 
Raymond W. Farr 
Marion Forsman 
Edwin A. Goldberg 
Glen Grady 
Brent Kumm 
Alfred H. LaGrone 
A. J. McCrocklin 




H. J. Morehouse 
Roy Tolk 

Alfred hi. LaGrone 
P. E. Cooper 
Glen Grady 
Edwin A. Goldberg 



Read Granberry 
oseph Ramsay 



Rufus Malinowski 
H. J. Morehouse 
Myron B. Pence 
Harry Pistole 
Henry Lovell Post 
Harold Risgs 
Robert F. Romero 
R. F. Simon 
Harry Stafford 
Roy Tolk 



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Eta Kappa Nu elects its members from students and others in the profession who have manifested, by their attain- 
ments in college or in practice, exceptional interest and marked ability in electrical engineering. Qualifications 
also include scholarship and personal qualities which seem to indicate success in the profession. 

Its purposes are to stimulate and reward high scholarship among electrical engineering students,- to serve as 
integrating and motivating force in electrical engineering departments of colleges,- to serve the engineering division 
and college at large,- to aid members after graduation,- to foster closer cooperation and bring mutual benefits to 
students, teachers, and others in the profession,- and to advance the profession by contributing services of lasting 
value. 



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Founded, University of Texas, February 2, 1937 



OFFICERS 

A. E. Councilman Charles R. Taylor 

C. E. Councilman Richard Newsome 

Ch. E. Councilman B. H. Marks 

E. E. Councilman Jim Griffin 

M. E. Councilman J. W. Ramsey 

P. P. E. Councilman Joel A. Battle 

Secretary Robert R. Dix 

Treasurer ..... ^^bh^, . . Blan Bell 



Charles Allen 
Ed Balfanz 
Darrel Bandy 
Arno Basse 
Joe M. Battle 
Joel A. Battle 
Blan Bell 

Robert M. Berrtian 
Ralph Bernard 
Vancil Brooks 
Lynn Brown 
Marlon Denmark 
Robert Dix 
Joe Ford 
Steve Ford 
Ray Grasty 
P. D. Gregory 
Jim Griffin 
Jimmy Hayes 
J. P. House 




FACULTY SPONSOR 



'Banks McLaurin 




HONORARY MEMBER 

T. U. Taylor 




'ack Josey 
Robert Layton 

H. Marks 
Tim Martin 
Bill Moody 
Richard Newsome 
R. G. Ojeda 
Eugene Patterson 
J. W. Ramsey 
Fred Reglin 
J. R. Rich 
Burley Richmond 
Ernest Schubert 
Charles C. Smith 
Gordon Steer 
Robert Stemmonds 
Bruce Switzer 
Charles R. Taylor 
Fred Thompson 
Mack Trusdel 



Jeff Vining 



In order to better express their loyalty and devotion to their patron saint, Alexander Frederick Claire, the Sons 
of Alec became an organized group on February 2, 1937. This organization chooses its members from the College 
of Engineering with no respect to department or scholastic rank. Its requirements for membership are fellowship 
and a genuine loyalty to the traditional spirit of the College of Engineering. 



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Sphinx Society 

Honorary Architectural Fraternity 
Founded, University of Texas, October 30, 1930 



OFFICERS 



President . 
Vice-President . 
Secretary-Treasurer 
Sergeant-at-Arms 




FACULTY MEMBERS 



Jack W. Evans 
Donald N. White 
Charles L. Zwiener 
Josef W. Baxter 



Waiter C. Harris 



■ Walter Rolfe 



Karl Balzer 
Josef W. Baxter 
Ned A. Cole 
W. K. Duryea 
Bob Engelking 
Jack W. Evans 
J. P. Gibson 
Winfred O. Gustafson 
L. T. Hood 
George R. Johnson 
Harold Kelly 




William Lane 

J. P. Moore 

W. R. O'Connell 

John Pryor 

John Miles Rowlett 

George W. Shupee 

Roy Smith 

John R. Walker, Jr. 

Donald N. White 

Douglass L. Yater 

Charles L. Zwiener 



Sphinx Society is a local fraternity founded for the purpose of promoting fellowship and a genuine interest in 
the architectural profession among men students. There are no definite grade requirements for membership in this 
organization. 

Personality, fellowship, high scholarship, and sincere interest in the profession of architecture are the basis for 
selecting members. Members are elected in the fall and an affirmative vote of all old members is necessary. Three 
members are selected each year from the senior class of architecture, five from the junior class, and one from the 
sophomore class. 

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Honorary Architectural Fraternity 

Founded, University of Michigan, 1913 

Mu Chapter Estabhshed 1931 

Thirteen Active Chapters 



OFFICERS 

President . . . Alexzena Raines 

Secretary Walter Bowman 

Treasurer .^flR^lhL. • Leon Jackson 



Walter T. Rolfe 
Goldwin Goldsmith 



Larue Avera 
Walter Bowman 
Lloyd Crawford 
Leon Jackson 




Walter T. Harris 
Hugh L McMdth 



DeVerne Kittles 
J. P. Moore 
Alexzena Raines 
Douglass Yater 



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The purpose of Tau Sigma Delta is to unite in a firm bond of friendship students of architecture and the allied arts, 
whose marked scholastic ability, normal character, and pleasing personality have shown them worthy of distinction, 
and to foster and promote high standards of study. 

To be eligible for membership the student must have completed at least five-ninths of the technical and professional 
requirements for the initial degree in architecture or allied arts with a scholastic average not lower than the minimum 
grade of the highest twenty-five per cent of the third year, fifteen per cent of the fourth, and ten per cent of the 
fifth year students. The fraternity holds one election in the fall and another in the spring. 

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Gebduer 

Pounds, Moore, Adams^ 
McCurdy, Pickle, 
Connatly, Ztvlcy 



Charles Ztvley 
John Connally 
Marjorie Vogan 



Union Board 



The Union Board is the governing body of the Texas Union, 
t makes out the Union budget and makes all major plans for 

«)peration and supervision of the Union, including the appoint- 
ng of the director. 
Jake Pickle, as president of the Students' Association, served as 
:hairman of the Board. Other student members of the Board in- 
}(;luded Sally Lipscomb, as secretary of the Students' Association; 
James Pounds, appointed by James Brinkley, last year's president, 
i o serve two years,- Jane Eyres and John Connally, appointed 
I' )y the president of the Students' Association. 

Other members of the Board include V. I. Moore, Dean of 
tudent Life; Dorothy Gebauer, Dean of Women; Fred Adams 
nd John McCurdy, representatives of the Ex-Students' Associa- 
on. Charles Zivley, director of the Union, is a non-voting 
fiember of the Boaid. 

Marjorie Vogan is assistant to the director of the Union. 




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The School of Law opened at the same time as the College 
of Arts and Sciences in 1883. The two departments 
occupied the same building until 1908 when the Law 
Building was completed. Ira P. hiildebrand, Professor of 
Law, is Dean of the School of Law. Sixty semester hours of 
prescribed work must be completed with a "C" average in 
the College of Arts and Sciences as a prerequisite to entrance 
in the School of Law. The School requires a three-year 
course of study which leads to the degree of bachelor of 
laws. The School of Law has one of the most complete law 
libraries in the State. It contains over forty thousand care- 
fully selected books. The students of the School of Law also 
have access to the State Library and the Library of the Supreme 
Court in the Capitol. The School meets all the requirements 
of the American Bar Association and has a very high rating 
among the Schools of Law. 



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Dean of the School of Law 



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J. A. Wickes, 
Professor of Law 
... is workins on 
Texas Annotations 
of Restatement of 
ttie Law of Asency 
for American Law 
Institute . . . mem- 
ber of Committee of 
Cooperation witfi 
Bencfi and Bar, of 
tfie Association of 
American Law 
Schools . . . also 
member of Com- 
mittee for Coopera- 
tion with American 
Law Institute of the 
Texas Bar Associa- 
tion. 

G. W. Stumberg, 
Professor of Law 
. . . held Rhodes 
Scholarship from 
Louisiana in 1913 
. . . attached to the 
American Embassy 
in Paris for two 
years . . . wrote a 
book on French law 
entitled "Confiict of 
Laws," which re- 
ceived many good 
reviews in law peri- 
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Edward Crane, Professor of Law 
. . . former member of the Board of 
Regents of the University 
practiced law in Dallas from 1906 
to 1933 . . . played football for 
Texas in 1902, 1903, and 1905. 

Benno C. Schmidt, Assistant Pro- 
fessor of Law . . . one of the young- 
est professors on the faculty, is only 
25 years-of-age . . . served as 
Editor of the Texas Law Review while 
in school . . . was offered the 
Sterling Fellowship Award from 
Yale Law School but declined in 
order to accept position on faculty 
here . . . specializes in contract law. 






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STUDENT EDITORIAL BOARD 

Chairman Roy P. Bennett, Jr. 

Case-Note Editor P. M. Chuoke, Jr. 

Comment Editor Louis V. Nelson 

STUDENT STAFF MEMBERS 



Ralph Brock 
Raymond A. Cook 
William H, Francis, Jr. 
William W. Goodrich 
Frank L. Heard, Jr. 
Paul H. Huser 
W. Leighton Jones 



Clyde B. Kennelly 
F. H. Pannill 
George E. Pike 
James H. Russell 
Armand G. Schwartz 
J. Tolliver Underwood 
J. O. E. Warburton 



Charles A. Baker 
Pendleton Gaines Baldwin 
Howard Gray Barker 
C. A. Brown 
J. B. Brumbelow, Jr. 
James Daffan Caldwell 
George C. Darr, Jr. 
Leroy Gilbert Denman 
Sweeney J. Doehring 
Alfred P. Dohoney 
William R. Eliassof 
Heard Lambard Floore 
Louis R. Frumer 
James Lawson Goggans 
Joseph C. Goldston 
Joe Greenhill 
Arthur S. Grenier 



CANDIDATES 

Ernest L. Hallman, Jr. 
Maurice HoFfman 
Palmer Hutcheson, Jr. 
Roland Forrest Johnson 
Harold Kennedy 
Fred V. Klingeman 
Robert O. Koch 
James Andrew Lore 
John A. Lowther 
Raymond A. Lynch 
Peter Maniscaico 
Tom Jefferson Mays 
Ramsey Moore 
W. Carloss Morris, Jr. 
Charles F. Much 
Leon M. Payne 



Thomas M. Phillips 
M. Jones Porter 
Ben Harrison Powell, Jr. 
Warren Dee Pruitt 
Charles Sapp 
Thomas O. Shelton, Jr. 
Clint C. Small, Jr. 
Jack Sparks 
Ben H. Stone 
William L. Storey 
James T. Termini 
James E. Thompson 
Thomas L. Tipton 
David L. Tisinger 
William E. Ward 
Molse Harvey Weil 
Milton H. West, Jr. 



OFFICERS 

President D. A. Frank, Dallas 

Vice-President George E. Shelley, Austin 

Treasurer Ireland Graves, Austin 

Secretary Robert W. Stayton, Austin 

Assistant Secretary James H. Russell, Austin 

Chairman of Editorial Board .... Edward W. Bailey, Austin 

Editor of Bar Section .... Ben H. Powell, Sr., Austin 



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Published as a legal periodical under the joint auspices of the Texas Bar Association and the School of Law, 
the Texas Law Review constitutes a forum for the discussion of legal problems and recent important cases and develop- 
ments in the law with particular reference to Texas. The editing of the publication is under the supervision of 
Benno Schmidt of the faculty of the School of Law, chairman, and Roy P. Bennett, Jr., P. M. Chuoke, Jr., and Louis 
V. Nelson, the student editorial staff. 

Candidates for the student editorial board are selected purely on a basis of scholarship from the second and third 
year students in the School of Law. Members of the board are selected from those candidates who have submitted 
satisfactory contributions to the Review during the year. The Chairman, Case-Note Editor, and Comment Editor 
are selected from those members of the board possessing the highest scholastic average. 

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Chancellors 

Honorary Society of the School of Law 
Founded, University of Texas, 1912 



OFFICERS 



Grand Chancellor 
Vice-Grand Chancellor 
Clerk .... 
Keeper of Peregrinus 



. Roy Penn Bennett, Jr. 

William Howard Francis, Jr. 
. Paul Henry Huser 

Louis Viers Nelson 



Bailey 



Edward W, 
W. O. Huie 
W. Page Keeton 
Covey T. Oliver 



Peter Mitchell Chuoke, Jr. 
George Edgar Pike 
John Tol liver Underwood 
hHenry Menasco Wade 
Thomas Oscar Shelton, Jr. 
William Wolcott Goodrich 




Benno C. Schmidt 
R. Preston Shirley 
A. W. Walker, Jr. 
Joseph A. Wickes 



Frank Lane Heard 
Walter Brooks Morgan 
James Daffan Caldwell 
Raymond Augustus Lynch 
Leroy Gilbert Denman 
Tom Jefferson Mays 



Willian*. Ward 



Chancellors is a local organization founded to provide a means of honoring those students v^ho, through a 
combination of consistent scholarship, personality, and achievement, have shown themselves most likely to become 
a credit to their profession and to their alma mater. It is the most coveted scholarship society in the School of Law. 

Only those law students who stand at the top of their class are eligible for membership in Chancellors, and a 
unanimous vote is required for admission. The maximum number of new members to be elected each school year 
is twelve, although the usual number is ten, five in the fall and five in the spring. New members are notified of 
their election by being tapped on Tap Day. 

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Founded, University of Michigan, November 22, 1869 

Roberts' Inn Established February 28, 1909 

Fifty-eight Active Inns 



OFFICERS 

Magister Louis V. Nelson 

Exchequer George E. Pike 

Clerk Palmer Hutcheson, Jr. 

F^istorian - . . Raymond A. Cook 



E. W. Bailey 
1. P. Hildebrand 
W. O. Huie 
W. Page Keeton 




Covey T. Oliver 
Benno C. Schmidt 
Preston Shirley 
Bryant Smith 



Howard Barker 
Malvin Cain 
James Daffan Caldwell 
Peter Chuoke, Jr. 
Raymond Cook 
Leroy Denman, Jr. 
Hugh Ferguson, Jr. 
Lawson Goggans 
Joseph Goldston 



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MEMBERS 

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William Goodrich-"* 
Joe Gr 
Paul 

Palmer HutS|feson, Jr. 
James Lore | 
Raymond Lynch 
Ramsey Moore 
Louis V. Nelson 
Leon M. Payne 
Harvey Penland 



George E. Pike 

Ben Powell, Jr. 

James Howard Russell 

Thomas Oscar Shelton, Jr. 

Ben Stone 

Tom Tipton, Jr. 

John Tolliver Underwood 

Harvey Weil 

Fred Wulff 



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To be eligible for membership in Phi Delta Phi the student must have a seventy-five or better average in all law 
courses. New members are elected in the fall and the spring. Third-year law students and some second-year 
law students are eligible in the fall, but in the spring only second-year students are elected. 

Phi Delta Phi brings students of law into contact with active practitioners. The goal of the fraternity is to promote 
a higher standard of professional ethics and culture. Following the old English custom of inns, the fraternity is 
divided into local chapter inns for the students and barrister inns for alumni. The University chapter honored 
O. M. Roberts, former justice of the Supreme Court of Texas and an ex-governor, by adopting the name of Roberts' 
Inn. 

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Sydney Reagdn 
Walter Rolfe 
Louise Andrews 



Cultural Entertainment 
Committee 

ihe Cultural Entertainment Committee brings to the University 
apus companies and organizations producing educational, 
lli.oric, and modern plays, and speakers and entertainers. The 
Sf.n-Kar-hluindu Dancers and the Siegel Singers were among 
tJi, well known entertainers brought to the campus this year. 
1(1| Committee receives each year an appropriation from the 
jljlent blanket tax, and recognizes the blanket tax as partial 
■ ull admission price, as the financial condition permits them. 

.' he committee is composed of one faculty member, at present 
Inciter T. Rolfe, who is appointed by the President of the 
LI versity for a term of two years,- one member is selected by 
from the Student Assembly for one year, at present Louise 
drews. One student is appointed by the President of the 

cJents' Association who serves one year as Chairman of the 
iijnmittee. Chairman this year was Sydney Reagan. He 
^cted the following to assist the Committee: James Anderson, 

B Spencer, and James Williamson. The functions, operations, 

1 expenditures of this committee are under the supervision 

rihe Board of Directors of the Texas Union. 



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The College of Pharmacy was created In 1893 with the 
aim to produce professional pharmacists and not "life- 
clerks." The curriculum is, therefore, basic. It is designed 
to take eligible high-school graduates, boys and girls, and 
give them thorough fundamental work in the science of 
pharmacy, and to provide a broad education which will so 
prepare the students that they may have the resourcefulness 
to fill any given position within the field of pharmacy. The 
College of Pharmacy has recognized the marked tendency 
throughout the country to demand graduation from colleges 
of pharmacy having well-equipped laboratories as a pre- 
requisite for the practice of pharmacy, and fully meets the 
requirements of the forty-one states and Porto Rico, in which 
there are laws making college graduation mandatory. The 
College of Pharmacy operates the Dispensary where pre- 
scriptions by University doctors are filled under the super- 
vision of a professor. 



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pharmacy lab is shown to the right 
while below George Polansky of 
Taylor is filling a prescription in the 
Dispensary where students may have 
prescriptions by University doctors 
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the basement of the Chemistry Building in which 
the College of Pharmacy places displays that are 
both attractive and instructive. 

The road to becoming a graduate pharmacist is 
no easy one, as these students working away in 
a chemistry lab will testify. 





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The School oF Education is housed in Sutton Hall. Its 
objectives are to prepare students for positions as teachers 
and supervisors in schools, to prepare students for educational 
administration, to promote the scientific study of educational 
problems, to act as a center for correlating and adapting the 
resources of the University for the service and improvement 
of public education in the State. It also serves to lead 
and assist, through local and extramural activities, in the 
promotion of educational progress and to present education 
to students of the University as a means of broadening 
the understanding of modern culture and citizenship. B. F. 
Pittenger, Professor of Educational Administration, is Dean oj 
the School of Education. Austin provides exceptional 
facilities for the School of Education in that not only the public 
schools of the city but the State schools for the deaf, the 
blind, and the feeble-minded serve as laboratories for the 
student. 



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C. T. Gray, Professor of Educationa 
Psychology . . . chairman of Depart- 
ment of Educational Psychology . . . 
has written a series of books entitled 
"Workaday Readers" and 'Everyday 
Readers" which have been used 
extensively in classrooms . . . also 
has written several important articles, 
among them being "Deficiencies 
Reading Ability" and "Types of 
Reading Ability." 

C. F. Arrowood, Professor of 
History and Philosophy of Education 
... is considered an authority on 
the development and history of 
education co-author of a 

recognized text on "Development of 
Modern Education," also co-author 
of book entitled "hlistory of Educa- 
ation Down to 1 500" . . . represented 
the government of the United States 
at the fourth International Conference 
of Public Instruction, July, 1935, at 
Geneva, Switzerland. 



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House, Spence, Wicks, 
Brownins, Weinert, Schlafli, 
Wallace 

Stoner, Hall, Wier, Raeber, 
Crdig, Tasnnek 

Stamm, A., Stamm, E., Studcr, 
Martin, Mewhinney, 
Grossman, Friedberg 

Sharborough, Dorris, Jarrell, 
Tobolowsky, Phillips 





Bernice Wilder, 
President 



Association For Childhood Education 



OFFICERS 



President 
Vice-President 
Secretary-Treasurer 
Reporter . 



Bernice Wilder 
Mar/ Jo Wicks 
Katherine Browning 
Kathryn Spence 



Faculty Sponsor Cora M. Martin 



FACULTY MEMBER: 



Lucille Emerson 



Cord M. A/artin 



MEMBERS 



Louise Andrews 
Elizabeth Baugh 
Josephine Bell 
Lamette Bodziner 
Frances Bornstein 
Katherine Browning 
Mary Glen Callihan 
Melissa Colwell 
Mignonne Craig 
Mary Crain 
Nell Dear 

Vivian Doeppenschmidt 
Elna Dorris 
Althea Evers 
Diana Fishman 
Anne Foster 
Grace Frey 
Beatrice Friedberg 
Elizabeth GriFfin 
Frances Grossman 



Mrs. Virginia Hall 
Gene Aubr/ Hargis 
Evamae Harp 
Leta Fay Hays 
Mrs. Mary Louise Heath 
Dorothy House 
Mildred James 
Eva Claire Jarrell 
Hildegard Kuehne 
Anne Letherman 
Cora Mae McCauley 
Ethel Mae McCormick 
Mrs. Ohvia MacKay 
Louise Makeig 
Doris Marwil 
Lorraine Matejek 
Jeanette Melcher 
Len Mewhinney 
Nancy Moore 



Nell Norton 
Helen Patton 
Jean Patton 
Bernice PhiHips 
Jeanette Raeber 
Helen Rankin 
Mrs. Frances Roos 
Minette Rosenthal 
Daurice Sanderford 
Kathleen Sawyers 
Katherine Schlafli 
Ruby Schow 
Louise Sexton 
June Sharborough 
Martha Shuford 
Miriam Siegel 
Lois Sien 
Dorothy Smith 
Kathryn Spence 



Aurelita Stamm 
Eliska Stamm 
Ella Mae Starcke 
Margaret Stoner 
Bertha Stool 
Oris Studer 
Shirley Rae Tashnek 
Minette Tobolowsky 
Carolyn Tucker 
Josephine Vaello 
Eloise Waddell 
Effie Louise Wallace 
Nell Watkins 
Margaret Weinert 
Helen Weir 
Lucile Wells 
Mary Jo Wicks 
Bernice Wilder 
Birdie K. Willis 



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The University Branch of the Association for Childhood Education is an active organization in the School of 
Edu-ation. Its purposes, which are in accord with those of the National Association for Childhood Education, 
are to secure information concerning the education of young children,- to promote the progressive type of education 
in nursery school, kindergarten, and primary grades,- and to raise the standard of the professional training for teachers 
in this field. 



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Pi Lambda Theta 

Honorary Educational Fraternity for Women 

Founded, University of Missouri, 1917 

Texas Chapter Established 1927 



OFFICERS 
President Catherine Pittenger 



Vice-President 
Recording Secretary . 
Corresponding Secretary 
Treasurer 
Faculty Sponsor 



Corrie Allen 

Ruth I. Bass 

Annie Webb Blanton 

Connie Garza Brockett 

Cora Martin 



Eleanora Albrecht 
Dorothy Becker 
Wilma Douglas Best 
Katherine Browning 
Marjorie Buchtler 
Mary Belle Carver 
Frances Dushek 
Fannie Fridkin 
Mable Stone Hall 
Virginia Brown h^all 
Edith Hardey 
Agnes Hauser 
Margaret Jane Hofer 
Doris Hughes 



Gwendolyn Tubb 
Jennie Marie Pearson 
Marjorie Buchtler 
Jeanette Raeber 
Clara Parker 




larjorie Johnston 
Carlena Krause 
Anabel Lee 
Alma Lueders 
Mary Katharine Lyle 
Jeannette Macow 
Mabel Julia Payton 
Jennie Wlarie Pearson 
Josephine Pile 
Katherine Pittenger 
Ella Quante 
Jeanette Raeber 
Winnie Jo Ramsay 



Gertrude X. Mooney 
Marie B. Morrow 
Clara Parker 
lone Spears 
Florence Spencer 



Carolyn Russell 

Sister Mary X. Schnieders 

Florence Sears 

Martha Shuford 

Jane Smoot 

Kathryn Spence 

Betty Lois Stratton 

Gwendolyn Tubb 

Margaret Voiers 

Tee Wait 

Florence Weed 

Evelyn Wilie 

Martha Woodson 

Hazel Wright 



The purpose of Pi Lambda Theta is the fostering of the highest standards of scholarship and professional training 
in the field of education, the encouragement of giaduate work and research in this field, and the promotion of a 
spirit of fellowship among women engaged in the profession of teaching, and the furtherance of a sincere interest 
in educational affairs with emphasis on their application to social progress. 

To be eligible for membership in Pi Lambda Theta, one must have made a high "B" average in courses in the School 
of Education and corresponding grades in other courses for at least seventy-five hours of work. Elections are 
held near the end of each semester, and an affirmative vote of all the active members by secret ballot is necessary 
for admission into the organization. 

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To W. S. Carter, Dean of the School of Medicine, 
this section of The Cactus is dedicated. 



Meyer Bodansky, B. A., M. A., Ph. D., M. D. 
Professor of Pathological Chemistry 



Paul Brindley, B. S., M. D. 
Professor of Pathology 



Willard R. Cooke, B. A., M. D,, F. A. C S. 
Professor of Gynecology and Obstetrics 



W. T. Dawson, B. A., M. A., Ph. G. 
Professor of Pharmacology 



Titus H. Harris, B. A., M. D., F. A. C. P. 
Professor of Psychiatry and Neurology 

B. M. Hendrix, B. S., Ph. D. 

Professor of Biological Chemistry 




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Georse Herrmann, B. S., M. S., Ph. D., M. D., 
F. A. C. P. 

Professor of Clinical Medicine 

Harry O. Knisht, B. A., M. D. 
Professor of Anatomy 



Dora Mathis, R. N,, B. S. 

Director of College of Nursing 

E. L. Porter, B. A., M. A., Pfi. D. 
Professor of Pfiysiology 



Edward Randall, Jr., B. A., M. D. 
Professor of Therapeutics 

W. Boyd Reading, M. D., F. A. C P. 
Professor of Pediatrics 



H. Reid Robinson, Ph. G., M. D., F. A. C S. 
Professor of Clinical Obstetrics and 
Gynecology 

William B. Sharp, B. A., M. S., Ph. D., M. D. 
Professor of Bacteriology and Preventive 
Medicine 



John George Sinclair, B. S., M. S., Ph. D. 
Professor of Histology and Embryology 

Albert O. Singleton, B. S., M. D., F. A. C. S. 
Professor of Surgeiy 



W. F. Spiller, M. D. 

Professor of Dermatology and Syphilology 

C. T. Stone, B. A., M. D., F. A. C P. 
Professor of Medicine 



C. S. Sykes, B. S., M. D. 

Professor of Ophthalmology 

Dick P. Wall, M. D. 

Professor of Otolaryngology 



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HAZEL LEWIS, 
President, Senior Nurse 



J. C. GARRETT, 
President, Student Association 



BILL HIGGINS, 
President, Senior Class 

NICK BALLICH, 

Vice-President, Senior Class 

SAM MILLER, 

Highest Scholastic Standing in Senior Class 

J. C KENNEDY, 

Senior Representative, Honor Council 

E. H. STIRLING, 

Secretary-Treasurer, Senior Class 



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Alpha Omega Alpha 

Honorary Medical Fraternity 

Founded, University of Illinois, 1932 

Alpha of Texas Chapter Established 1920 



Counselor . 
President . 
Vice-President . 
Secretary-Treasurer 




Dr. A. O. Singleton 

Dr. M. D. Levy, h^ouston 

Dr. J. F. Pilcher, Corpus Christi 

Dr. R. M. Moore 



CLASS OF 1938 



Ashburn, Franl< Strother 
Brin, Alfred Ross 
Ford, Walter Luckle 
Garrett, John Carr 
Harrison, Albert Wilson 
Jones, Tom Reid 
Jones, William E. 



Kennedy, John Chester 
Miller, Samuel Irving, Jr. 
Schmidt, hienry 
Scurry, Maurice McLaurin 
Seybold, William Dempsey 
Wooten, James Harbert, Jr. 
Wynne, hlarrison Kelly 



IN THE FACULTY 



Blocker, Dr. T. G. 
Brindley, Dr. Paul 
Burge, Dr. C. hi. 
Carter, Dr. W. S. 
Cooke, Dr. W. R. 
Curb, Dr. D. L. 
Delany, Dr. J. J. 
Eggers, Dr. G. W. N. 
Edwards, Dr. H. A. 
Herrmann, Dr. G. R. 
Knight, Dr. H. O. 



Lee, Dr. George T. 
McMurray, Dr. J. R. 
Moore, Dr. R. M. 
Morris, Dr. Seth M. 
Randall, Dr. Edward 
Reading, Dr. Boyd 
Schwab, Dr. E. H. 
Sharp, Dr. W. B. 
Sheckles, Dr. L W. 
Singleton, Dr. A. O. 
Stone, Dr. C. T. 



Baker, David M. 
Belleggie, Philip A. 



JUNIOR FIVE 



Singleton, A. O., Jr. 



Markowitz, Allen E. 
Evri, B. Mendel 



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Dr. Herrman gives a clinic on Osteitis Deformans . . . Air view of Medical School 
and Hospital . . . Noon hour at a fraternity house . . . A. K. K.'s play billiards . . 
while the Phi Chis get their mail ... Dr. Singleton, lower right, gives a lecture before 
operating. 



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Some reasons why exams in medical school are difficult . . . Nurses on their sun 
porch . . . McGivney tries to make a pick-up . . . Bill Lawson gets set for a healthy 
swing . . . Anatomy lab . . . Sophomore studies anatomy . . . Time out between 
classes . . . A. K. K. freshmen with beards during finals . . . Nurses and waffles 
. . . "J" men relax . . . Student nurses . . . Freshman studies his bones . . . Session 
in the pathology lab . . . Student nurses rest on steps of anatomy building. 



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JUNIOR SOPHOMORE FRESHMEN 

Beavers, De Lange, Belleggie, McKee Koontz, Osborne, Donaldson, Arnold Ray, Sawtelle, Alexander, Mertzen 



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SENIORS 



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ANTHONV, RUSSELL, Waco 

B, A., M. D. 
A K K, A Til. 



ASHBURN, FRANK, Dallas 

B. A., M. D. 

AKK, AUA, Osteon. 



ASHMORE, C. M., JR., Austin 

M. A., B. A., M. D. 
BK*. 



BAGGEH, SELDOM O., Austin 

B. A., M. D. 
<I>Bn, AEA. 



BALLINGER, FELIX, Lubbock 

B. A., M. D. 

* B n, Osteon, Silver Key. 



BALLICH, N. L., Jr., Galveston 

M. D. 

AKK, AKE, AEA. 



BEHRENS, CHARLES A., Houston 

B. A., M. D. 
*X, UBII. 



BLEWEH, EMERSON K., JR., Austin 

B. A., M. D. 

*A2. 

BRIN, ALFRED, Terrell 

B. S., M. D. 

AHA. 



BROWN, WALTER C, Houston 

B. A., M. D. 

AMPO, Osteon. 



CARRIGAN, THOMAS A., Cleburne 

M. D. 

AKK. 

CASEY, ROBERT E., Galveston 

B. S., M. D. 

*A2, AEA. 



CLARK, DAN HINES, Crowell 

B. S., M. D. 

*X, AEA. 



CREWS, RUSH, Lubbock 

B. A., M. D. 
*Bn. 



CROCKER, ED. S., Galveston 

B. A., M. D. 
*Bn. 



CRUMPLER, HULEN, Wills Point 

B. S., M. D. 

GK*, AEA. 



DOUGLAS, R. C, JR., Lubbock 

B. A., M. D. 
*x. 



DRAPER, STUART, Valentine 

M. D. 

OK*. 



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DREIBRODT, B. A., San Antonio 

M. D. 
"tX. 



DUREN, NORMAN, Lufkin 
M. D. 
*Bn, nsn. 



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GARDNER, R. A., Stamford 

B. A., M. D. 

* X, n B n, Osteon 



GARREH, JOHN CARR, Huntsville 

M. D. 

*Bn, AHA. 

GRAY, CLAUDE C, Dallas 

B. A., M. D. 

■I>A2, *HS, AEA. 



GUERRA, GILBERTO, Pharr 

M. D. 



HALL, LESLIE, Stanton 

B. A., M. D. 
*Bn. 



HARRIS, JAMES, Hughes Springs 

B. A., M. D. 
*Bn. 



HARRISON, A. WILSON, Woodville 

B. S., M. D. 

<I>X, ASJA, <1>HS. 



HERMANN, ROBERT C, Yoakum 

B. S., M. D., R. V. 
*Bn. 

HIGGINS, WILLIAM P., Fort Worth 

B. S., M. D. 
* X, Osteon. 

HOPPER, JOHN, Lubbock 

B. A., M. D. 

■tBH. 



JONES, L. BONHAM, Taft 

B. S., M. D. 
*Bn. 

JONES, THOMAS R., Belton 

M. D. 

*A2, AHA. 

JONES, W. E., Dallas 

M. D. 

*X, SAE, An A. 



JOYCE, WALTER H., San Antonio 

M. D. 

AMPO, eK*. 

KARBACH, NELSON W., Houston 

Ph. G., Assistant Otolaryngology M. D. 
AMPO. 

KENNEDY, J. C, Grapeland 

B. A., M D. 
<j>Bn, An A. 

LADUE, CHARLES, Dallas 

B. A., M. D. 
AKK. 




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LEE, JACK BENNEH, San Antonio 

B. A., M. D. 
*AS, K2. 



LONGORIA, VIDAL, Brownsville 

M. D. 



MAGLIOLO, A. J., JR., Galveston 

B. S„ M. D. 

NSN. 



MARKEWICH, JAKE, Beaumont 

B. A., M. D. 

*AE. 



MAUL, KESTER V., Port Arthur 

B. S., M. D. 

*A2. 



McCUISTION, C H., JR., Valley View 

B. A., M. D. 
*Bn, 2*E. 



McCALL, J. D., Weatherford 

B. A., M. D. 
Osteon. 



McGIVNEY, JOHN, Galveston 

B. S., M. D. 

AKK, AEA, X*, *eK, Osteon. 

MILLER, SAM, Houston 

B. A., M. D. 

AS2A. 



MONTGOMERY, WILLIAM D., Austin 

B. S., M. D. 

*Bn, AEA, Osteon. 

MOZERSKY, VICTOR, San Antonio 

B. A., M, D. 

*AE. 



OGDEN, U. B., Kirbyville 

M. D. 

<I>X, AEA. 



OHLHAUSEN, SIDNEY, Galveston 

B. S., M. D. 
*Bn. 



OLDHAM, DUDLEY Y., Houston 

M. D. 

SK*. 



PALM, WILLIAM M., Wa:o 

M. D. 

*X, AEA, B. B. B. 



POST, S. PERRY, JR., San Antonio 

M. D. 
■I'Bn, 

RABEL, JOHN E., San Antonio 

B. S., M, D. 

SAEGERT, A. H., Sesuin 

B. A., M. D. 
<t>Bn. 



SCHMIDT, HENRY, Giddinss 

B. A., M. D. 

OK*, AOA, AEA. 



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SENIORS 



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SCHUTZ, JOE D., San AnJonio 

M. D. 
AKK. 



SCURRY, MAURICE M., Dallas 

B. A., M. D. 

*A2, 4>Ae, ASJA, Osteon. 



SEYBOLD, W. D., Temple 

B. S., M. D. 

*AS, <I>Ae, AS2A, Osteon. 



SHAFER, NORMAN, Laredo 

^ B. A., M. D. 

•tAE. 



SHAPIRO, DAVID, Galveston 

Ph. G., M. D. 

<1>AE. 



SIDDONS, GEORGE Y., Fort Worth 

B. S., M. D. 
<!> X, Osteon. 



SIMMANG, A. v., San Antonio 

M. D. 

AMPO, eK*. 



SMITH, CHARLES R., Fort Worth 

M. D. 

AMPO, OK*. 



SMITH, ERNESTINE, Amarillo 

B. S., M. D. 
AEI. 



SMITH, Y. C, Houston 

M. D., Ph. G. 
AKK. 



STIRLING, EARL H., Sulphur Springs 

B. A., M. D. 

*AS, KS. 

TIPTON, GEORGE W., Dallas 

B. A., M. D. 

<J>Bn, A Tfl, AEA. 



WATKINS, PRUEH, Luling 

M. D. 
*Bn. 



WHITE, JAMES N., Uvalde 

B. A., M. D. 
*AS. 



WILLIAMSON, LEE, Terrell 

B. A., M. D. 

*BII, *K*. 



WILSON, CLAUDE D., Temple 

B. A., M. D. 

* X, * TM. 



WOOTEN, JAMES H., Columbus 

M. D. 

AKK, SN, <I>6K, AHA. 

ZANEK, O. L., Industry 

B. A., M. D. 

N2N, AEA. 



ZEDLER, G. G., Yorktown 

B. A., M. D. 

NSN. 









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Graduate Nurses 




Anderson, Frances, G. N., 
Galveston 

Beasley, Alice, G. N., 
Wells 

Beavers, Mary Alice, G. N., 
Houston 

Dalchan, Lucille, G. N., 
Caldwell 
Davis, Dorothy, G. N., 
Bryan 

Davis, Erma Belle, G. N., 
Batson 

Fletcher, Marie, G. N,, 
Dallas 

h^a^ks, Mary Jane, G. N., 
Texarkana 

Hogan, Mary Helen, G. N., 
Galveston 

Holtz, Iva Lee, G. N,, . 
San Antonio 

Horttor, Nellie, G. N., 
Normangee 

Howell, Audie, G. N., 
Grant, Louisiana 



Hyde, Martha, G. N., 

Alamogordo, New Mexico 

Kennedy, Jennie Lucile, G. N., 
Big Spring 

Lewis, Hazel, G. N. 
San Antonio 

Lorence, Frances, G. N., 
Taylor 



Matteson, Caroline, G. N., 
Alvin 

Schwethelm, Verde, G. N., 
San Antonio 

Seeman, Louise, G. N., 
Kurten 

Shudde, Lucille, G. N., 
Houston 



Slay, Pauline, G. N., 
San Angelo 

Spitler, Stella, G. N., 
Freeport 

Stricklin, Audie, G. N., 
Austwell 

Talbot, Ruth, G. N., 
Ft. McHavett 



Vandless, Gloria, G. N. 
Galveston 

Werlin, Nadine, G. N., 
Houston 

Wilson, Margaret, G. N., 
Silsbee 



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McGivney, Sykes, Gardner, 
Bannister, W. W. Brown, 
Woodfin, Williams, Bailey, 
Thomas, George B. Barnes 

Boverie, Ballinger, Brindley, 
Colgin, Stampfli, Breath, 
Bagwell, Canon, 
W. C. Brown, Earl B. Barnes 

McCall, Tottenham, 
E. K. Jones, Alexander, 
Downs, White, Arnold, 
Siddons, Swearingen, 
Wagner 

Rice, Mixson, Mewhinney, 
kichardson, Jenkins, Jinkins, 
C. C. Jones, Hixson, 
Logsdon, Montgomery, 
Higgins 



Osteon 



OFFICERS 



President . 
Secretary-Treasurer 



John McGivney 
Wayne Bagwell 



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MEMBERS 






E. Alexander 


G. V. Brindley 


C. C. Jones 


M. M. Scurry 


Jap Arnold 


W. C. Brown 


E. K. Jones 


W. Seybold 


F. S. Ashburn 


W. W. Brown 


C. Logsdon 


G. y. Siddons 


R. W. Bagwell 


M. A. Canon 


J. D. McCall 


W. Stampfli 


Billy Bailey 


M. W. Colgin 


W. B. McCall, Jr. 


R. O. Swearingen 


F. Ballenger 


J. T. Downs 


J. Q. McGivney 


E. M. Sykes 


E. B. Barnes 


R. A. Gardner 


H. Matthes 


J. T. Thomas 


G. B. Barnes 


W. P. Higgins 


L. W. Mewhinney 


W. O. Wagner 


M. H. Bannister 


W. C. Hixson 


W. C. Mixson 


J. M. White 


B. Blanton 


S. P. R. Hutchins 


W. D. Montgomery 


C. Williams 


R. F. Boverie 


D. E. Jenkins 


O. S. Moore 


G. S. WoodFin 


B. Breath 


W. J. Jinkins 


G. Richardson 


E. Tottenham 



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Ashburn, LaDue, Schutz, 
Wooten, Ballich; McGivney, 
Anthony, Carrisan, V. C. Smith, 
Cody, Barnes, Lawson, Belleggie 

Bryson, Gready, Clarke, Broyles, 
Childs, Shaver, Scobee, 
Grammer, Campbell, Shelton, 
Mixson, Moore, Jones 

Albert, Partain, Jenkins, Able, 
M. L. Cody, King, Osborn, 
G. B. Barnes, Braden, 
Armstrong, Carter, Manhoff 
Scardino 

McCall, Fitzwilliam, 

R. G. Smyth, Newton, Sykes 

Woodfin, Mustain, 

Weatherford, L. Manhoff, 

Sawtelle, Williams, Webb 

Timmins 



Alpha Kappa Kappa 

OFFICERS 

Charles N. LaDue President 

Thomas A. Carrigan . . . . . Vice-President 

y. C. Smith . Treasurer 

B. B. Shaver Recording Secretary 

P. A. Belleggie Corresponding Secretary 

C. C. Cody Historian 

D. E. Jenkins Marshal 

Luke W.Abie Chaplain 

George Dilley Broyles, Jr Warden 

MEMBERS 
SENIORS JUNIORS FRESHMEN 

Russell A. Anthony W. C. Mixson Bailey Andrus 

Frank S. Ashburn R. G. Scobee C. D. Fitzwilliam 

Nick L Ballich B. B. Shaver Jack M. Lynn 

Tom A. Carrigan E. L. Shelton, Jr. C. M. ManhoFf 

Charles N. LaDue L. J. Manhoff, Jr. 

John Q. McGivney SOPHOMORES Rhoads Mustain 

Joe D. Schutz |_^^^ ^ ^^1^ W. B. McCall, Jr. 

y. C. Smith ^^y^ ^ ^l^^^^j Arthur Newton 

James H. NX/ooten John W. Armstrong O. S. Moore, Jr. 

George B. Barnes William W. Sawtelle 

-"-"^'"'^^ Albert H. Braden, Jr. Lester Scardino 

Earl B. Barnes George D. Broyles, Jr. Rodger Smyth 

Philip A. Belleggie J. W. Carter E. M. Sykes, Jr. 

J. Gordon Bryson Arthur L. Clark Jack Tausend 

G. Maury Campbell M. L Cody Oliver H. Timmins 

Tilden L. Childs, Jr. Dan E. Jenkins ;\^^(- xj^^llis 

Edward T Clarke Charles C. Jones, Jr. j^^^ ^ Weatherford 

^- S^-^°'^'^ Walter B King j^^,^ g ^^^^^^ j^ 

K. B. Grammer Bob Osborn ^ w/n- 

p, . . ^ , I I kx n . • Carson Williams 

D. M. Gready Jack M. Partain _ . .„, ,,. 

William G. Lawson °^°^3^ 5- W°°^^" 

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Otto Zanek President 

Gus Zedler Vice-President 

Carl W. Deonier Treasurer 

Hugh Reveley Secretary 

James A. Hunter Custodian 

Charles' Oswalt Historian 





MEMBERS 




SENIORS 




SOPHOMORES 


Andrew Maglioio 




James A. Hunter 


Otto Zanel< 




Roy Lombardo 


Gus Zedler 




Loy McCarroll 
Charles Oswalt 


JUNIORS 




Walter B. Petta 


Charles Braselton 
J. C. Byars 




Hugh Reveley 
Charles F. Skripka 


W. F. Cole 
E. M. Cyrus 




FRESHMEN 


Carl W. Deonier 




S. A. Hoerster 


Scott Martin 




R. H. Kilgore 
H. R. Vassallo 



Magliolo, Zanek, Zedle 
Cole, Martin, Cyrus 

Deonier, Byars, Braselton, 
Oswalt, Petta, Skripka 

Reveley, Hunter, Lombardo, 
McCarroll, Hoersler, Kilgore, 
Vassallo 




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Scybold, Gray, Scurry, Wynne, 
Blewett, White, Jones, Lee, 
Casey, Stirling, Maul 

Bianton, Peters, Goodwin, Cox, 
Brindley, Costello, Bowyer, 
Gill, Singleton, Hall, Colgin 

Cowan, Shapira, Price, 
Hotchkiss, Boyd, Hixson, 
Powell, Cooper, Balcer, 
Beavers, Carrington 

Thomas, Bankhead, Aves, 
Adriance, Bedford, Coleman, 

Springall, Breath, McMillan, 
Downs, Hutchins, Alexander 




Phi Alpha Sigma 



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OFFICERS 

W. D. Seybold President 

C. C. Gray Vice-President 

Mack Bov/yer Secretary 

Kenneth Cowan House Manager 



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MEMBERS 


. Table Manager 




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SENIORS 


JUNIORS 


SOPHOMORES 






E. K. Blewett 


G. V. Brindley 


Carroll Adriance 






Robert Casey 


Mert Colgin 


Jap Arnold 






C. C. Gray 


W. L. Cooper 


Fred H. Aves 






Tom Jones 


Cyril Costello 


Alexander Bankhead 




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Jack Lee 


Kenneth Cowan 


D. R. Bedford 


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Kester Maul 


Jeff Cox 


Burt Breath 


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Mike Scurry 


hHorace Gill 


W. L. Carrington 


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W. D. Seybold 


Charles Goodwin 


Jesse Coleman 


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E. H. Stirlins 


J. D. Hall 


E. A. Ellingson 


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James White 


W. S. Hotchkiss 


Tom McMillan 


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Kelly Wynne 


Bill Hixson 


Jack Springall 


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Leo Peters 


John Thomas 


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JUNIORS 


John Powell 




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D. M. Baker 
A. J. Beavers 
Bassel Bianton 


Steve Price 
Jake Shapira 
A. O. Singleton 


FRESHMEN 

Ernest Alexander 
Jimmie Downs 


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Mack Bowyer 




S. R. Hutchins 


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SENIORS 

;3n Bdsgett 

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jsn Crews 
d Crocker 
lorman Duren 
/alter Ford 
bhn C. Garrett 
ieslie Hall 

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jbert C. Hermann 
3hn Hopper 

B. Jones 

C. Kennedy 

H. McCuistion 
illiam Montgomery 
Id Ohihdusen 
;rry Post 
ugust Saegert 
5bert Sutton 
. W. Tipton 
uitt Watkins 
e Williamson 



Phi Beta Pi 



OFFICERS 



L. B. Jones 
G. W. Tipton 
Leonard C. Paggi 
Floyd Boverie 
Perry Post 
Mortimer Bannister 



JUNIORS 

Floyd Boverie 
Charles Logsdon 
Rogers M. McCary 
Robert McKee 
W. D. Nicholson 
Leonard C. Paggi 
John Richards 
George Salmon 
Ed Skarke 
Joe Tritico 
Ed Vogel 
Forrest White 
James Wilson 
Murray Wood 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Historian 

Editor 



MEMBERS 



SOPHOMORES 

William Ainsworth 
Thomas Archer 
Woodrow Avent 
Clarence Bailey 
Mortimer Bannister 
Robert Collins 
Harold Dow 
Harold Griffin 
Marion T. Jenkins 
Wiley Jinkins 
Fred Koberg 
Lee Koontz 
Henry Poetter 
Funston Rogers 
Carlos Speck 
Ed. Strauss 
J. M. White 
Billy Wickens 
B. T. Withers 




FRESHMEN 

William H. Barekman 
Jere Bauer 
James Benton 
George Branch 
Bill Brown 

Ernest S. Cunningham 
W. J. Hill, Jr. 
Robert Hurn 
Elmer K. Jones 
Alfred Kelly 
Ed R. Leaton 
Logan Mewhinney 
Haile D. Perry 
William Pickett 
Thorpe Ray 
Alvin Rix 
Robin Shepperd 
Sam Wilborn 




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Bd I linger, Hermonn, McCuistion 
L. B. Jones, Crews, Baagett, 
Duren, Kennedy, Garrett, 
Tipton, Post, Crocker, Watkins, 
Williamson 

Ford, Sutton, Hopper, 
Montgomery, Hall, Ohihausen, 
Saegert, Harris, Richards, 
Wood, Skarke, Nicholson, 
Wilson, McKee 
F. A. White, Vogel, Paggi, 
McCary, Logsdon, Salmon, 
Boverie, Tritico, Archer, Speck 
Bailey, Strauss, Collins, 
Ainsworth, Koberg 
Poetter, Dov^, Koontz, 
J. M. White, Bannister, 
Griffin, Jinkins, Withers, 
Jenkins, Avent, Rogers, 
Wickens, Wilborn, Hurn, Hill 
Barekman, Kelly, Branch, 
Cunningham, Brown, Benton, 
Leaton, E. K. Jones, Pickett, 
Ray, Mewhinney, Perry, Bauer, 
Rix, Shepperd 




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Dreibrodt, Douslas, Ogdcn, 
Jones, Gardner, Behrens, 
Harrison, D. H. Clark, Wilson, 
Palm, Higgins, Siddons, 
Amerson, Gilliam 

Moody, Schubert, DeLange, 
Richardson, French, Richey, 
Stampfli, Bagwell, Dimmitt, 
Bodenhamer, Gerlich, Canon, 
McKinley, Donaldson 

Anderson, Riddel, Locker, 
Ghormley, Robertson, Knight, 
Swearingen, Thompson, Sumner, 
Tottenham, Gibson, Burnett, 
J. W. Clark, Bailey 

Klecka, McRce, Wingo, Russell, 
Lett, Innis, Callaway, Garrett, 
Burnside, Meitzen, Joslin, 
Clayton, Isaac, Wagner 



Phi Chi 







OFFICERS 

George Y. Siddons President Senior 

Harvey Richey President Junior 

Young Amerson "^ . . Judge Advocate 

Roy Riddel Secretary 

Arnott De Lange Sergeant-at-Arms 



MEMBERS 




SENIORS 


JUNIORS 


JUNIOR 




Ausust Behrens 


Herbert A. Schubert 


Oliver H. Thompson 




Dan Clark 


Leonard Twidwell 




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R. C. Douglas, Jr. 




FRESHMEN 




B. A. Dreibrodt 


SOPHOMORES 


Charles William Bailey 




Bob Gardner 


William Anderson 


M. D. Burnett 




Wilson Harrison 


Wayne Bagwell 


Ronald Burnside 




Bill Higgins 


James Bodenhamer 


Sam Callaway 


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Bill Jones 


Maurice A. Canon 


James Clark 


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U. B. Ogden, Jr. 


Dean Dimmitt 


Stanley L. Clayton 




Bill Palm 


J. D. Donaldson, Jr. 


Henry Dodson Garrett 


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George V. Siddons 


Norman Gerlich 


Charles H. Harris 


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Claude Wilson 


Claude Ghormley 


E. Renshaw Innis 


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Martin Gibson 


Vernon Isaac 




JUNIORS 


H. Martin Gibson 


Blocker H. Joslin 




Young Amerson 


M. D. Knight 


Theo. Klecka 


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Arnott De Lange 


Braswell Locker 


James E. Lett 




Jack French 


Frank McKinley 


Edgar McRee 




Hughes Gilliam 


Roy Riddel, Jr. 


Travis C. Meitzen 




Joe Moody 


James E. Robertson 


Woolworth Russell 




George S. Richardson 


Wendell Stampfli 


Edwin P. Tottenham 




Harvey M. Richey 


W. W. Sumner 


Wilson O. Wagner 






Revace Swearingen 


W. J. Wingo 

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Theta Kappa Psi 



OFFICERS 

D. V. Oldham President 

C. M. Ashmore Vice-President 

F^ugo Klint House Manager 

Hiram Arnold Secretary 



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SENIORS 

C. M. Ashmore 
Hulen Grumpier 
Stuart Draper 
W. H. Joyce 

D. y. Oldham 
Henry Schmidt 
Arthur Simmang 
C. R. Smith 

JUNIORS 

Tom Barnes 
Stanley Bohmfoll< 
James Burl< 
David Davis 
James Donaldson 
Charles Gillespie 
Andrew Jensen 
Hugo Klint 
Harold Kuykendall 
Lamar Ross 



MEMBERS 

JUNIORS 

William Ryan 
Charles Sadler 
Travis Smith 
William Wiesner 

SOPHOMORES 

Hiram Arnold 
William Cruce 
Joseph Dickerson 
Monroe Fairchild 
Carlos Fueste 
William Knight 
Nelse Olson 
Marvin Sehlecte 
Lacy Smith 

FRESHMEN 

Frank Altick 
Hugh Arnold 
Leroy Bursey 



FRESHMEN 

Bates Estes 
Edgar Ezell 
Hanson Granger 
Alan Hubner 
Neumon Johnson 
Joseph Langston 
Carey Legett 
A. K. Mayes 
Eugene McDonald 
Myrick Monroe 
Homer J. Moore 
Charles Pruitt 
Wayne Reser 
Quinn Rounsaville 
Oscar Seike 
Ernest Shacklett 
Tom Shannon 
Groom Shepard 
Henry Stanford 
John Tenery 
James Ed. Walker 













Schmidt, C. R. Smith, Joyce, 
Ashmore, Draper, Grumpier, 
Oldham, Simmang, Ross, 
Kuykendall, Donjidson, Barnes, 
Burk 

Gillespie, Wiesner, Davis, 
Bohmfdllc, Klint, Sadler, Trayis 
Smith, Munroe, Ryan, Jensen, 
hiiram Arnold, Fairchild, 
Dickerson 

Schlecte, Lacy Smith, Cruse, 
Fueste, Olson, Langston, Estes, 
Shacklett, Johnson, Shepard, 
Stanford, McDonald, Legett, 

Ezell, Rounsaville, Hubner, 
Tenery, Altick, Moore, Hugh 
Arnold, SeIke, Reser, Bursey, 
Pruitt, Granger, Walker, Mayes 




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GOVERNOR'S PALACE 

Dawson Dawson- Watson of international fame as 
a painter of landscape, and as an art instructor, first 
won recognition in Texas by winning the $5,000 prize 
for the best field of Texas wild flowers. The picture is 
of cactus in early morning. Dawson-Watson was bcrm 
in England where he spent his early life. He studied in 
Paris several years before coming to America. After 
several years of "wandering" he accepted an offer to 
teach in the Saint Louis School of Fine Arts. While in 
Saint Louis he made several trips to San Antonio and 
finally after winning the prize settled there permanently. 
His abilities in the art field seem unlimited — he paints 
landscape, figure, portrait, and mural, using all medi- 
ums, and is a gifted engraver, etcher, wood carver, 
craftsman, designer, and theatre director. 



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Graduates 



Bernhardt, George M., El Paso 

Economics, 2 A 11, M I C A, president district 1. 



Bowman, Virsinia Mae, Goldthwaite 

English, Glee Club, Bluebonnet Belle nominee. 




Brooks, Verdine Mae, Waelder 

Enslish, San Antonio Club secretary; University of 
San Antonio Club. 





Browning, Kathrine, Yoakum 

Education, Z T A, HAG, A. C. E. 



Bumatay, Ellas Fijer, Santo Domingo, P. I. 

Psychology, American Psychological Association, 
National Education Association. 

Burns, Bernice, Abilene 
Business Administration. 



Burns, Edward A., Austin 

Public Administration, Government. 



Chesnut, George L., Jr., Dallas 

Spanish, *BK, *HS, SAH, Deutscher Verein. 




Dalton, Mary Chalk, San Antonio 

Geology, AAA, X*, Racquet Club, University 
Light Opera. 



Giles, James Bernard, San Antonio 

Business Administration, Economics, Wesley 
ation, president; Rusk, president; Campus 
president; Wrestling champion, Y. M. C. A. 



Found- 
Guild, 




Greer, James E., Dallas 
Zoology, Genetics. 



Hall, Mable Stone, Brownwood 
History and Philosophy, Education. 



Harvey, Lois, Deport 
English, University Light Opera, The Daily Texan. 



Henschen, Gustave Eliot, Sherman 

Chemistry, Tutor; Scandinavian Society, Freshman 
Fellowship Club. 



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Graduates 



HOUSE, Dorothy, Yodkum 

Education, Z T A, Glee Club, DeWitt County Club, 
Association for Childhood Education, Reagan. 



Hughes, Harry, San Antonio 

Pure Mathematics, MICA, president, district 3, 
secretary Executive Council; University of San Antonio 
Club. 





LEWIS, MARY RUTH, Hillsboro 

Anthropology, *BK, SAII. 



McAnelly, Marian, San Antonio 

Home Economics, Home Economics Club, University 
Light Opera. 



Moore, V. H., Austin 
Civil Engineering. 



Mueller, R. G., Jr., Austin 

Civil Engineering, A T A, A. S. C. E. 



Parker, Leonard Anthony Bowles, Houston 
Business Administration, Accounting, B A *. 



Smith, Katherine, San Antonio 
English, ZTA. 



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Sweeney, Rachel, Bonham 
History. 



Thompson, Walter Robert, Jr., Fort Worth 
Education, Fort Worth Club. 



Wensel, Robert Henry, Brenham 
Philosophy. 



Wise, Floy Singleton, Arkadelphia, Arkansas 












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Jdke Pickle, President of the Students' Assccidticn 

Ed Syers, editor of Tfie Daily Texan 

Roy Bennet, editor of tfie Law Review 

Walter Kerr, president of ttie Light Opera Company 

John Ben Shepperd, genial student leader 



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Joe Belden, director of the Bureau oF Student Opinion 

Marguerite Winn, president of tfie Y. W. C. A. 

Jofin Green, vice-president of the Students' Associa- 
tion 

Bill Ash, principally a fine fellow, incidentally a Phi 
Beta Kappa 

Amy Rose Gate, popular co-sponsor of the Freshman 
Fellowship Glub 



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Frances Pope, journalism major and a charming member of Kappa. 

Louis Nelson, Chancellor. 

Essie Mae Wentworth, popular Theta. 

Katherine Marshall, member of the Curtain Club Board of Governors. 

Tolliver Underwood, Chancellor. 

Sydney Reagan, chairman of the Cultural Entertainment Committee. 



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ADAMS, EMMA LEE, Benavides 
Mathematics; Cap and Gown. 

ADAMS, H. THOMAS, Corsicana 

Business Administration, Personnel Work,- OE, 
Freshmen Engineers Club, Longhorn Band. 

ADAMS, LILLIAN LOUISE, Brenham 

Spanish; KAO, Ashbel, Mortar Board, Cap 
and Gown Council, Glee Club. 

ADDISON, FREDERICK W., Dallas 

Business Administration, Management; B Ti;, 
2 IE, <l>ni;. Senior Class, vice-president; Dallas 
Club. 

AGEE, MYRTLE RATCHFORD, Paint Rock 
English; Reagan. 

ALBRECHT, ELENORA, Victoria 

Education and Government; 112 A, Deutscher 
Verein, Victoria Club, Progressive Czech Club. 

ALLBRIGHT, WILLIAM CHESTER, JR., Buffalo 

Business Administration; 4>AK, B. T. U., 
Upoerclass Club, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet. 

ALLEN, ERNEST, JR., Blanket 

Petroleum Production Engineering; A. I. M. E. 

ALLEN, MARY CHARLOTTE, Amarillo 

English; Z T A, Curtain Club, Austin Little 
Theatre, Y. W. C. A., Cap and Gown, Panhandle 
Club. 

ALVAREZ, MARGARET, Waco 

Business Administration; Waco Club, T. S. C. W. 
AMMANN, ROBERT C, Jr., Austin 
Business Administration; Ki. 

ANDERSON, NAOMA MARIE, Plainview 

Home Economics; r * B, Home Economics 
Club, University Light Opera, Curtain Club, Glee 
Club, Panhandle Club, Cap and Gown, Gregg 
House Players, Plainview Club. 

ANTHONY, JOHN ROBERT, JR., Austin 

Mechanical Engineering; A. S. M. E., University 
Aero Society, Austin Club, Longhorn Band. 

ARCHER, MARJORIE MOSELLE, Houston 

Mathematics, n B <J>, A A, Mortar Board, Ash- 
bel, Ownooch, The Cactus, Round-Up, Final Ball 
Chairman. 

ATKINSON, BENJAMIN STEPHENS, Carthage 
Mechanical Engineering; A. S. M. E., Panola 
Club, Y. M. C. A., Baseball. 

AUTREY, IDA MAE, Port Arthur 

French; K A(^, Ownooch, N. U. T. T., Cap and 
Gown, Pierian, Co-Ed Assembly, Pan-Hellenic, 
Bluebonnet Belle, Union Dance Committee. 

AVRIETT, GILES CROXTON, Austin 

Economics; <J> B K, B A *, *Ili;, President 
Students' Association of University Presbyterian 
Church, Rhodes Scholarship Nominee. 

BALDWIN, CURTIS MORELAND, Cross Plains 

Zoology; Longhorn Band, Brackenridge Hall 
Association. 

BALDWIN, DORRIS VERA, Austin 

Elementary Education; Symphony Orchestra, 
University Light Opera, Te-Wai-Hiss, Girl Scout 
Leadership Club, Intramurals. 

BARFIELD, CLARK LORD, Gonzales 
Spanish. 

BARKER,^ HOWARD GRAY, Dallas 
Law; <i> A <I>, Texas Law Review. 

BASKIN, ROBERT EDWARD, JR., Seymour 

Journalism; 2 A X, Night Editor The Daily Texan. 

BASKIN, ROY HOWARD, JR., Cameron 
Zoology; Tejas, * B K, AEA, 
<I>H2. 

BATTS, MARGARET DOUGLASS, Fort Worth 
History; KK r. 

BAZE, GRANT S., Melvin 

Business Administration; 2 <!>E, B I'S, A2 IT. 
BEAUCHAMP, TOM L, JR., Paris 

Business Administration, Insurance; 2 <I>E, A <I>H, 

°^^' BECK, BRYAN D., JR., Beaumont 

Geology; Glee Club, president; Longhorn 
Quartet, University Light Opera, Curtain Club, 
Beaumont Club, president; Inter-City Council, 
Round-Up, Texas Relays, Southwestern Geological 
Society, Corpus Christi Club. 



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BECK, MARY ANNE, San Saba 

Education, Botany, AAA, Cap and Gown, 
y. W. C. A. 

BELL, AUBREY BLAN, Austin 

Civil Engineering; A. S. C. E., Sons of Alec, 
president; Assembly. 

BELL, MALCOLM JAMES, Vernon 

Business Administration, Accounting. 

BENNETT, DEAN A., Houston 

Petroleum Production Engineering; A. I. M. E., 
Houston Club. 

BENNETT, ROY P., JR., Austin 

Law; <I>S A, Chancellors, Texas Law Review. 

BERNHARDT, CARL HERBERT, Port Arthur 
Business Administration, Accounting. 

BEST, WILMA DOUGLAS, Woodville 

English; r-tB, AAA, IIAO, Glee Club, 
Sidney Lanier, Cap and Gown. 

BILLARD, J. B., El Paso 

History and Journalism; AX, "A"; SAX, 
Curtain Club, Night Editor The Summer Texan. 
BILY, ROSALIE, Houston 

English; •J'BK, AAA, Orange Jackets, Czech 
Club. 

BINTI IFF, CHARLES VICTOR, Houston 

Geology; Swimming, Y. M. C. A., Houston 
Club, Little Campus Association. 

BIVENS, WILMER E., San Antonio 

Geology; Southwestern Geological Society, 
Glee CluD, A. I. M. E., University of San Antonio 
Club, Austin Camera Club. 

BIZZELL, NADI,NE, Frankston 

Education, Englisti; Cap and Gown, Upper- 
Class Advisor, Woman's Building House Council. 

BLACKSHEAR, JACK LIGON, Galveston 
Business Administration, Finance; Ai;il. 

BLAND, BENJAMIN F., Beaumont 
Mathematics. 

BLOMEKE, SHIRLEY DOUGLAS, Austin 

Business Administration, Accounting; A A, 
Austin Club. 

BLUMENTHAL, M. C, Houston 

Business Administration; T A *, Hillel Dramatic 
Club, Houston Club. 

BOATWRIGHT, DOROTHY, San Antonio 
English, Bit and Spur, Glee Club. 

BOE, ROBERT HENRY, South Oiange, N. J. 
Chemistry; AEA. 



BONE, JACK ALLEN, Gatesville 

Petroleum Production Engineering. 
BOWDEN, PARKS, Belton 
Social Sciences, History. 

BOWDEN, WILSON, DeVERE, Weatherford 
Business Administration; Weatherford Clu 



BOWNDS, MARY MARGARET, Utopia 

Arts and Sciences, Journalism; 92 *, Reagan, 
The Daily Texan. 

BRADY, HAROLD V., San Antonio 

Chemistry, Tejas, Glee Club, Y. M. C. A. 
Cabinet, Sophomore Club. 

BRADY, THELMA, Austin 

Arts and Sciences, Government. 

BRAUBACH, JOHN H., San Antonio 

Accounting, Business Administration; B A *, 
Varsity Tennis. 

BREEDLOVE, WILUAM DAVID, Sherman 
Business Administration, Accounting. 

BRENGLE, MARY PAUUNE, Odem 
Sociology. 




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BREWSTER, WILLIAM LYLE, Brownsville 

Journalism; A X, Rio Grande Valley Club, 
Border Club. 

BRIGGS, MARION P. Dallas 

English; Dallas Club, Newman Club. 

BRISENO, CASTREJON REBECA, Mexico City, 
Mexico 

Spanish; Latin-American Club, Los Pan Ameri- 
canos, Cap and Gown. 

BROCK, RALPH, Lubbock 

Law; AO *, Texas Tech Club, Hildebrand Law 
Society, Board of Editors, Texas Law Review. 

BROWN, CARL BERT, Corpus Christi 
English; X *. 
BROWN, JACK E., San Angelo 

Business Administration, Banking and Finance; 
West Texas Club. 

BROWN, MARVIN, N., Brownsville 

Business Administration, Accounting; SAM, 
Rio Grande Valley Club, president; Border Club, 
Freshman Basketball. 

BROWN, SAMUEL L, Newgulf 

Journalism, SAX, The Daily Texan, "T" Asso- 
ciation, Football Manager. 

BRUNSON, MARY ESTHER, Baytown 

Social Sciences, History, Tri-Cities Club, Cap 
and Gown. 

BUCHTLER, MARJORIE, Galveston 

Engish; A A II, IIAO, Cap and Gown, Pan- 
Hellenic, Sidney Lanier. 

BUESCHER, JACK F., Smithville 
Business Administration; KS. 

BUMATAY, EMILIO FIJER, Santo Domingo, P. I. 
Mechanical Engineering; A. S. M. E. 

BURGDORF, AUDREY EUZABETH, Fredericksburg 
English; German Club, Hill Country Club, Cap 
and Gown, Grace Hall House Council. 

BURGESS, RICHARD M., Dallas 

Mechanical Engineering) A. S. M. E. 

BURKE, JAMES DAN, Austin 
Geology; S TE, A. I. M. E. 



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BURLESON, BANDEEN, Concord 
Business Administration. 

BURNS, JOHN SIMEON, Cameron 
Business Administration; S X. 

BURRUS, DURWARD AUSTIN, Petrolia 
Electrical Engineering; T B II, HKN. 



BURTNER, FRANK A., JR., Wharton 
Sociology; USA, A K A. 

BUTCHER, MAXINE, Houston 
Bacteriology; r ^B. 

BYARS, CHARLES, Plainview 
Journalism. 



CAIN, CLACY MALVIN, Winnsboro 
Law; *AO, <I>A<f>, B rS, <I>HS. 

CALL, TOMME CLARK, Teague 

Journalism and Government; SAX, Bi-Stone 
Empire Club, The Daily Texan, Longhorn Band. 

CALUHAM, MARY GLYNN, Victoria 

Home Economics, X S2, Home Economics Club, 
A. C. E., Cap and Gown, Victoria Club. 



CAMERON, ROBERT PRUITT, JR., Atlanta 
Government. 

CAMIADE, EMILE BERNARD, JR., Harlingen 

Law; Gregg House Players, Newman Club, Rio 
Grande Valley Club. 

CAMPBELL, ANITA FEAGIN, Houston 

Philosophy; r<I>B, Cap and Gown, Archery. 



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CAMPBELL, ARCH GRAHAM, JR., Fort Worth 
Business Administration, Banking,- BO II, Fresh- 
man Fellowship Club, Regional Interest Club, •' 
Fort Worth Club, Freshman Swimming. 

CAMPBELL, LILLIAN LOUISE, Seguin 
Pharmacy; I' X, Pharmaceutical Society. 

CAMPBELL, MARY JANE, Houston 
English; Z T A. 

CARDIN, T. H., Wichita Falls 

Business Administration; Wichita Club. 

CARPENTER, LOIS, San Antonio 
Business Administration. 

CARRINGTON, JOE C, JR., Austin 
Chemistry. 



CARTER, NORA IMOGENE, Goose Creek 
History; Tii Cities Club, Cap and Gown. 

CARUTHERS, DOROTHY, San Antonio 

English; 1>M, San Antonio Club, Cap and 
Gown, German Club. 

CARVER, MARY BELLE, Austin 
Education, English; IIA6. 



CASBEER, MARY FRANCES, Lampasas 

Journalism; AAA, 9S *, The Daily Texan, 
S. R. D. House Council. 

CASTILLO, HENRIETTA AMPARO, Kerrville 

Spanish; Newman Club, Spanish-American Club. 
GATE, AMY ROSE, Austin 

English; AAA, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, Orange 
Jackets, president; Sophomore and Junior Coun- 
cils, Co-Ed Assembly, Cap and Gown, president; 
Freshman Fellowship Sponsor. 

ICATO, DOROTHY ANNETTE, Houston 
Zoology; Houston Club. 

CHAFFIN, MARY REBECCA, Temple 
Education; Curtain Club. 
II. CHERNOSKY, CHARLES HENRY, JR., Houston 

' - Government; A X, Czech Club, Houston Club. 

I CHILTON, WILLIAM ERNEST, JR., Fort Worth 

Business Administration; KS, Fort Worth Club, 
Inter-City Council, Los Pan-Americanos. 

CHUOKE, PETER M., JR., Galveston 

Law; * A 4>, Chancellors, Texas Law Review, 
Case-note Editor; Senior Law president. 
CLARK, CHARLES T., Austin 

Business Administration; A *S!, president. 



[CGFFING, WILLIAM PATTILLO, Dallas 

Business Administration; Statistics; AS 11. 
COHEN, AARON J., Cleburne 

Mechanical Engineering; 2 AM, A. S. M. E. 

COLEMAN, CORINNE ELIZABETH, Lufkin 
Spanish. 



ICOLLIER, MARGARET, Marlin 

Physical Education; AXS2, Y. W. C A., Te- 
Wai-Hiss, Falls County Club. 

COLLINS, BILL, Wichita Falls 

Government; 112 A, Wichita Falls Club, Curtain 
Club, International Relations Club. 

COLLINS, EDWARD VIVIAN, Austin 
Business Administration. 

JCOLLINS, MARTHA CORRINE, Lovelady 
English; Glee Club, Cap and Gown. 

COLTHARP, RALPH WELDON, Turnersville 
Zoology. 

CONATSER, CHARLIE NEAL, Dallas 

Business Administration; Longhorn Band, Dallas 
Club, Prather Hall Association. 



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CONNALLY, JOHN BOWDEN, JR., Floresville 
Law; AO <I>, president; A^il, president; Friars, 
Hildebrand Law Society, Curtain Club, president; 
Board of Governors, Atheneaum, president; 
Assembly, President Students' Association, Presi- 
dent Board of Directors, Student Publications; Inter- 
fraternity Council, Union Board, Round-Up. 

CONNOR, MAYDELLE, Dainserfield 
Business Administration; Reagan. 

COPELAND, DAPHNE JO, Austin 
Bacteriology. 

COQUAT, JOSEPH MURRAY, Three Rivers 
Petroleum Engineering. 

COQUAT, RUTH FRANCES, Three Rivers 

English; Y. W. C. A., Bow and Arrow, Cap and 
Gown. 

CORBETT, KITTY KING, Bay City 

Bacteriology; K K r, Pierian, Racquet CI 
Cap and Gown. 

COSGROVE, NICHOLAS J., San Antonio 

Law; McLaurin Law Society, Newman Club, 
San Antonio Club. 

COUCH, VIRGINIA SUE, Haskell 

Home Economics; Sophomore Club, Home 
Economics Club, Upper-Class Y. Club. 

COX, AUDREY MARIE, Glen Rose 

FHome Economics; Cleburne Club, Home £■ 
nomics Club, N. T. A. C. Club. 

COX, MARGERY ANN, Houston 
French; II B *. 

CRAIG, MIGNONNE CLAIRE, San Antonio 

Education; Turtle Club, Association for Child- 
hood Education, Cap and Gown. 

CRAVEN, JAMES EVERETT, JR., San Benito 
Botany and Bacteriology. 

CRAWFORD, LLOYD E., McAllen 

Architectural Engineering; T B II, XE, TSA, 
ASA 

CRISWELL, THOMAS FLORIS, JR., Calvert 
Pharmacy. 

CROCKETT, CECIL LESUE, JR., Austin 

Mechanical Engineering; n T2, A. S. M. I 
Y. M. C. A. 

CROOM, JOHN ADDISON, El Paso 
Law; K A. 

CRUSE, WOODROW WILSON, Woodville 
Business Administration, Banking; AZ II. 

CULTON, DOROTHY LOU, Corpus Christi 
Spanish. 

DANIEL, HARRIET MAY, Temple 

Psychology; K K P, Ashbel, Cap and Gown. 

DANIEL, LEONARD HAYDEN, JR., Greenville 
Mechanical Engineering. 

DANIEL, W. A., JR., Belton 

Government; Chess Club, International i 
lations Club, Upper-Class Y. Group. 

DANIELS, PAT, Cleburne 

Journalism; A <1>U, president; Cleburne Club, 
president; University Press Association, president; 
Atheneaum, The Daily Texan, Inter-City Council; 
Round-Up, Campus Guild. 

DANIELS, THOMAS J., Tatum 

Chemical Engineering; Secretary Senior Engineers. 
DARBY, DOROTHY ELAINE, Beeville 
History. 

DAVIDSON, CHARLEY MORRIS, Marshall 

Business Administration; Longhorn Band, Tri- 



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DAVIS, BARBARA JEFF, Center 

Government; XH, Shelby County Club, Glee 
Club, University Light Opera, Bluebonnet Belle 
Nominee. 

DAVIS, CHRISTINE, Lampasas 
English. 



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VIS, DOROTHY ANN, Lometa 
] Business Administration; Kirby Hall, president, 
l.pper-Class Advisor,- Business Administration 
.ouncil. Cap and Gown. 

DAVIS, HELEN FRANCES, Austin 
Latin,- A ^ ^, Classical Club. 
j DeARMAN, J. NX/., Tyler 

I Physics. 

dJeKE, EDWARD RICHARD, New Braunfels 
j Marketing. 

DEININGER, CLIFFORD FERDINAND, San Antonio 
Electrical Engineering,- A. I. E. E. 

DEMPSEY, RUTH VIRGINIA, Austin 
Business Administration. 



ilMARK, MARION ALEXANDER, New Braunfels 
Architectural Engineering; XE, Sons oF Alec, 
. S. C. E. 

DENNIS, DOROTHY LOUISE, San Antonio 
Sociology; Z T A, Cap and Gown. 
^ DETER, MRS. WANDA ANNETTE, Austin 

,j Home Economics; Smith-Hughes, Home Eco- 

» nomics Club, Cap and Gown. 

KSON, JACK, Dallas 
Business Administration; ATA, <J>HS. 

DICKSON, LUCY LEE, Cleburne 

History; Z T A, Pierian, Glee Club, Upper- 
Class Council. 

DOEPPENSCHMIDT, VIVIAN CAROLINE, 
New Braunfels 

Education, English; Deutscher Verein, National 
Childhood Association, Glee Club, Gregg 
House Players. 

V^INEY, JOSEPH BARNETT, JR., Huntsville 
Pharmacy; P X, A E A. 

DONIVAN, HENRY CHARLES, Phoenicia, N. Y. 
Physics. 

DORSEY, LAWRENCE J., Houston 
Petroleum Production Engineering. 



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WNS, JOHN H. E., Austin 
Petroleum Production Engineering; A. I. M. E. 
DRAWE, HAROLD R., Wharton 
Business Administration. 
J DREYER, RALPH O., Shiner 

^ Business Administration, Accounting; <I>IIi;. 

l5f RY, CHARLES F., JR., Calvert 

Business Administration, Accounting. 

DUCKETT, JESSE JAMES, East Bernard 

Law; *H2, Law Honor Council, Hlldebrand 
Law Society, Prather Hall Association, Czech 
Club. 

DUNCAN, JUNE, Burnet 
Sociology; K AH. 



ILAP, BENJAMIN FOSTER, Cleburne 
Economics; * B K, 112 A, <I>H2, Longhorn 
nd, Symphony Orchestra. 

DUNLAP, JOHN CHRISTOPHER, Cleburne 

Economic^; * B K, nZA, *H2, Longhorn 
Band, Symphony Orchestra. 

DUNN, CLIFTON SHIRLEY, Ouinlan 
Pharmacy. 

IN, ROBERT A., Canadian 
Pharmacy. 

DUNNE, WILLIAM PATRICK, El Paso 

Business Administration; II K A, Newman Club, 
Football. 

EAGLESTON, POLLYANN, Houston 

Government; Xi2, Glee Club, Houston Club. 




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EGBERT, ROSA MAY, El Paso 

Government; Z T A, Newman Club, Round-Up. 

EHLERS, JOYCE ELIZABETH, Yorktown 

Home Economics; T * B, Cap and Gown, 
Home Economics Club. 

EHLERT, HENRIETTA LOUISE, Brenham 
Business Administration. 

ELKOWITZ, LEAH, Victoria 

Education, English; Curtain Club, Glee Club, 
Victoria Club, Cap and Gown, Hillel Scribe. 

ENGDOHL, EUGENE HAROLD, Houston 

Law; AO *, President Little Campus Association. 
ESCOTT, FLORENCE, Austin 

Business Administration; AH A, Cap and Gown. 

EVANS, CLINTON M., Pampa 

Business Administration, Manasement; SIE, 
president. 

EVANS, SAMUEL ALLEN, Pampa 
Petroleum Production Engineerins. 

EVERHARD, HELEN, Pharr 

Home Economics, Institutional Management; 
Home Economics Club. 

EVERS, ALTHEA ERNESTINE, Cuero 

English; Association for Childhood Education, 
DeWitt County Club, Cap and Gown. 

EYRES, JANE BARBEE, San Antonio 

Business Administration; A A 11, president; 
Assembly, Business Administration Council, Co- 
Ed Assembly, Pan-Hellenic, Glee Club, president; 
Judiciary Council, Board of Directors Texas Union, 
Bluebonnet Belle Nominee, Cap and Gown 
Council. 

FARRIS, MARY LEE, Austin 
Business Administration. 

FARRIS, THOMAS KINDER, Floydada 

Business Administration; 2 IE, Brackenridge 
Hall Association. 

FAUNTLEROY, JACK, Breckenridge 
Government; A <t>S2, Tarleton Club. 

FEHR, WILUAM STANTON, Lockhart 
Business Administration, Statistics. 

FENDER, FRANCES PAYNE, Dallas 

Business Administration, Insurance; Xfi, AAA, 
Sidney Lanier, Cap and Gown, Dallas Club, 
Curtain Club. 

FERGUSON, HUGH W., JR., Dallas 
LaW; "tAO, 4> A <1>, Tennis. 

FINLEY, WILUAM McCULLUM, Pampa 

Petroleum Production Engineering; A. I. M. E. 

FISCHER, LEROY FREDRICK, Houston 
Physici; Rusk, Houston Club. 

FITZGERALD, MAVOURNEE, Mont Belvieu 

Journalism; OS *, president; Co-ed Assembly, 
Sidney Lanier, The Daily Texan, The Cactus, SAX 
Scholarship Award. 

FLEMING, NORA ANNE, Austin 

Home Economics, Institutional Management; 
AAA, Home Economics Club, Turtle Club, 
N. U. T. T., Co-ed Assembly, U. T. S. A., presi- 
dent; Judiciary Council, Cap and Gown, Y. W. 
C. A. 

FLOREY, BEN, Brownwood 
Business Administration. 

FORD, DOROTHY ELIZABETH, Weslaco 

Home Economics; Cap and Gown, Home Eco- 
nomics Club. 

FORD, JOHN WESLEY, San Antonio 

Law; University of San Antonio Club, president; 
University Progressive Democrats. 

FOUTS, JOHN M., JR., Dallas 

Geology; Tejas, S TE, Golf, Captain Team 1938. 
FOX, JACK F., Childress 
Zoology; S AE. 

FOX, JEFF, Decatur 

Civil Engineering; XE, A. S. C. E. 



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FRANCIS, WILLIAM HOWARD, JR., Dallas 

Law; ■!> A <l>. Friars, Chancellors, Texas Law 
Review, President Second-Year and Senior 
Classes; Assembly, Vice-President of Students' 
Association, Round-Up, The Daily Texan, The 
Cactus. 

FRANTZ, JOE, Weatherford 

Journalism'; i; A X, Rusk, Weatherford Club, 
Inter-City Council, The Daily Texan, The Cactus. 

FRAZER, AUBREY HORTON, JR., Austin 
Business Administration; Austin Club. 

FREEMAN, JOE M., Seguin 
Chemistry; Longhorn Band. 

FREEMAN, JULIAN EDWIN, Austin 
Business Administration. 
1% FRIDKIN, FANNIE NELL, Tyler 

' English; IIAO, Symphony Orchestra, Tyler 

Club, Cap and Gown. 

FRIEDBERG, BEATRICE, Houston 

Sociology; A *E, Glee Club, Present Day, 
Houston Club, Cap and Gown, Association for 
Childhood Education. 

FRY, LEO, Mexia 
V Petroleum Production Engineering; Golden 

I Glove, A. I. M. E. 

tf FULTON, BRUCE, Corsicana 

', English; Corsicana Club, Monitor Club. 

FUSON, PAULA FRANCES, Denison 

Business Administration; AAA, Glee Club, 
Y. W. C. A. 

GAMBLE, DAVID, Merkel 
Pharmacy. 

GARDNER, WILMA, Merkel 

Education, English; r <J> B, Cap and Gown, 
Curtain Club, Abilene Club, West Texas Club_ 

GARCIA, CLOTILDE P., Mercedes 
Zoology; SAIL 

GARNETT, JOHN W., Henderson 

Business Administration, Marketing; Baseball. 
GAUDET, EDWARD W., Bay City 

Petroleum Production Engineering; 2 <I>E. 

GEORGE, MARY HELEN, Brownsville 

Business Administration; n B *, N. U. T. T., 
Ownooch, Y. W. C. A., Valley Club. 

GERDES, MARY HELYN, Waco 
fe Latin; A A A, Cap and Gown, Bluebonnet Belle 

f Nominee. 

I GILBERT, MELBA HESTER, Lampasas 

* Home Economic^; AAA, Cap and Gown, 

Home Economics Club. 

GILLESPIE, ETHEL LOUISE, Little Rock, Arkansas 
History; Cap and Gown, Y. W. C. A., In- 
tramurals. Girl Scout Leadership. 

GILLESPIE, PAULINE, Coolidge 

Education, English. 
GIST, FRANKIE, Amarillo 

Journalism; KAG, 92*, AAA, Tee Club, 
Ashbel, Bluebonnet Belle Nominee. 

GOGGANS, JAMES LAWSON, Dallas 

Law; KS, <t>A<I>, Texas Law Review, Vice- 
president Senior Class. 

GOLDBERG, EDWIN A., Dallas 

Electrical Engineering; T B H, II KN, *HS, 
A. I. E. E. 

GOODE, JIM LANDRUM, San Benito 
Spanish; 2N. 

' GOODRICH, WILUAM WOLCOTT, Marlin 

Law; * A <J>, Chancellors, Texas Law Review, 
Quizmaster. 

GOWDY, MARY LOIS, Olton 

Home Economics; Smith-Hughes, ON, Home 
Economics Club, Upper-Class Advisory Council. 
GRANT, BRUCE FONES, La Pryor 

Petroleum Production Engineering; HE, A. I. 
M. M. E. 



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GRANT, BUELL GRAYDON, Dallas 

Business Administration, Accounting. 
GREEN, BROWNIE, Dallas 

English; II B <J>, Dallas Club, Band Sweetheart 
oF '36, Cap and Gown. 

GREEN, JOHN PLATH, Dallas 

Law,- Tejas, "I" HZ, Y. M. C. A., Vice-president 
Students' Association. 

GREGORY, ALVIN RAY, Gainesville 
Chemical Engineering. 

GREGORY, PAUL DUKE, Fort Worth 

Civil Engineering, A KE, A. S. C. E., president; 
Sons of Alec, Vice-president Engineering School. 
GREGORY, ROBERT H., Houston 
Engineering. 

GREENWOOD, LUDOLPH D., Bowie 

Physics; GH, Physics Colloquium, Christian 
Science Organization, The Monitor Club. 

GRESHAM, JAMES CHAMBLISS, Temple 
Journalism; SAX, The Daily Texan. 

GRIFFIN, ELIZABETH CLOSNER, McAllen 

Education, Business Administration; Hidalgo 
County Club, A. C. E., Cap and Gown. 

GRIFFITH, ELBERT WARREN, Lubbock 

Pharmaceutical Chemistry; Tech Club, Panhandle 
Club, Pharmacy Club. 

GROSSMAN, JOSEPH, Corpus Chrlsti 
Pharmacy; T A *, Intramural Manager. 

GUINN, JOHN POLLARD, JR., Cotulla 

English; University of San Antonio Club, San 
Antonio Club. 



GUITAR, JAMES, JR., Colorado 
Law; A X. 

GUNN, BEVERLY MAE, Austin 

GUTSCH, FRANK LOUIS, El Paso 
Electrical Engineering; A. I. t. E. 



HAIDUSEK, MALVINA GERTRUDE, West 

Czech, Cap and Gown, Newman Club, Czech 
Club, Glee Club. 

HALL, ELVIS, Austin 

Business Administration; li A *. 

HALL, ROSE, Texarkana 
History. 



HALL, MRS. VIRGINIA B., Austin 

Elementary Education; n.\f). Association for 
Childhood Education, Cap and Gown. 

HALLMAN, BILLY PRESTRIDGE, Grandview 
Business Administration; Marketing. 

HAMME, MAE ELIZABETH, Edinburg 

Home Economics, Nutritution; AHA, president; 
Present Day Club, Home Economics Club, Hidalgo 
County Club, Cap and Gown. 

HANEY, JOHN D., JR., Corsicana 

Chemical Engineering; Longhorn Band, Golden 
Glove, Chemistry Club, Corsicana Club. 

HANNA, ROSALIE, Houston 

Education; Glee Club, A. C. E. 

HARDIN, HORACE V., Austin 
Business Administration. 

HARING, LOUIS HOWARD, JR., San Antonio 
Geology; 11 K A, 2 TE, Southwestern Geo- 
logical Society. 

HARKRIDER, MARTHA FRANCES, Center 

Home Economics; X U, Home Economics Club, Shelby 
County Club. 

HARPER, CORDIE LEE, Waco 

Business Administration, Public Accounting; 
ASH, Rusk, Business Administration Council, 
Assembly, Campus Guild, President Little Campus 
Association, Intramurals. 



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HARRIS, ANNE, El Paso 

English; II B <t>, Pierian, Cap and Gown, U. T. 
S. A. 

HARRIS, EDMIN, Texarkana 
History. 

HARRIS, ELEANOR, Walnut Springs 
T Home Economics; A *, Ownooch, Pierian, 

*■ Curtain Club. 

-HARRIS, GEORGE BALLARD, San Marcos 
Economics; II -A. 

HARRIS, HELEN, El Paso 
English; n B 4>, Pierian. 

HARRIS, REBA JOY, Houston 

English; AAA, y. W. C. A., Reagan, Houston 
Club. 

HARRISON, ELIZABETH ELAINE, Seymour 

English; A *, AA A, Reagan, T. S. C. W. Club, 
Deutscher Verein. 

HART, BERTHA M., Dallas 

Business Administration, Marketing. 

HART, MILDRED EDELYNN, Austin 

English; * B K, .\ A, International Relations 
Club, Cap and Gown, Bow and Arrow. 

4ARWOOD, MARTHA, Taft 

Government; KAO, Orange .Jackets, Mortar 
Board, Racquet Club, Ashbel, Bluebonnet Belle 
1936. 

HASHAGEN, RALPH L., San Antonio 
Mechanical Engineering; A. S. M. E. 

HASSELL, HIBERNIA MclLWAINE, McAllen 
History. 

HAUN, ARTHURINE EMMA, Lockhait 

HAUSCHILD, HENRY JOHN, Victoria 

Government; II 2 A, S A n, Sunday Club, 
president; Atheneaum, International Relations 
Club, president; Victoria Club, Y. Upper-Class 
Group, Los Pan Americanos. 

HAYRE, JACK, Sanderson 
Law. 

lEARD, FRANK LANE, JR., Rosenberg 

Law; Chancellors, Texas Law Review, Y. 
Cabinet, President Baptist Student Union. 

HEARNE, MARY VIRGINIA, Corpus Christi 

English; A <!>, Pierian, Ownooch, Corpus Christi 
Club, Freshman Fellowship Club. 

HEINEN, ADELAIDE CHARLOTTE, Comfort 

Business Administration, Accounting; B I'S, 
Glee Club, Cap and Gown, President Grace 
Hall House Council, Chairman Upper-Class 
Advisors. 

(ENDRIX, WILLENE, Greenville 
French; Cap and Gown. 

HERRING, CHARLES F., Austin 
Law; 2N. 

HIGHT, ADAH JANE, Austin 

Bacteriology; T AA, Glee Club. 

tIGHT, JOSEPH CAREY, Mexia 

Mechanical Engineering; T B IT, II TZ, A. S. 
M. E. 

HILSBERG, VIRGINIA THELMA, Austin 

Business Administration, Stenography; TA, 
AAA 

HIRSCH, JEANNE ELIZEBETH, El Paso 
Bacteriology; El Paso Club. 

lOBBS, JAMES EDWARD, JR., Austin 

Business Administration, Accounting; A2n, 
Glee Club. 

HOFFER, TEMPLE, Dallas 

Petroleum Production Engineeiing; A. I. M. E., 
Dallas Club, Intramurals. 

HOGAN, MARGARET VIRGINIA, Pharr 
Journalism; AAA, Cap and Gown, 




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HOGUE, RUTH ALBERTA, Dallas 
Sociology; II B *. 

HOLLAMON, LUTHER, Hope, Arkansas 

English; Der Die Das Club, Arkansas Club. 
HOLLAND, BILL L, Austin 
Law. 

HOLLAS, ALVIN EMIL, Weimar 

Mechanical Engineering; IT TX, A. S. M. E., 
Newman Club. 

HOLMES, JACK THOMAS, Fort Worth 

Journalism; Fort Worth Club, President; Curtain 
Club, Gregg House Players. 

HOLT, ELEANOR, Graford 

Business Administration; B rS. 

HOMEYER, ESTHER, Fort Worth 

Home Economics, Nutrition; r A, Home Eco- 
nomics Club, Cap and Gown. 

HORN, RAYMOND O., Wichita Falls 

Business Administration, Accounting; ASIT, 
Freshman Fellowship Club, Wichita Falls Club, 
Inter-City Council. 

HOUSE, WELTON L, Taylor 

Business Administration, Marketing. 

HOUSTON, EDITH TEMPLE, Elkhart 

Home Economics; Glee Club, Home Economics 
Club, Bluebonnet Belle Nominee 1937. 

HOWARD, CLAUDE TAYLOR, Tyler 

Business Administration; SN, Tyler Club. 

HOWELL, WILUAM BARNES, Kenedy 

Business Administration, Accounting; O; 



HUBERT, FRANK WILLIAM RENEE, Austin 

Government; Longhorn Band, Yell Staff, Austin 
Club, Symphony Orchestra. 

HUDDLESTON, ROBERT EMMETT, Ashdown, 
Arkansas 
History. 

HUEBNER, WILLIE MAE, Victoria 

History; Victoria Club, Cap and Gown. 

HUGHES, BARBARA LILIAN, Austin 
Law. 

HUGHES, DORIS MILDRED, San Antonio 

Chemistry and Education; I S II, B. S. U. Council, 
San Antonio Club, Cap and Gown, Chemistry 
Club. 

HUGHES, RICHARD JOHN, JR., Shreveport, La. 
Geology; A. I. M. E., Regional Interest Club. 

HUGHES, WARREN, Chlllicothe 

Government; * B K, ns A, Atheneaum, presi- 
dent; Texas Ranger, Forensic Council, Varsity De- 
bate, Regional Interest Club, Panhandle Club. 
HUME, LORNA, Eagle Pass 

English; II B <1>, president; Ashbel, president; 
Orchesis, Y. W. C. A., Mortar Board, N. U. T. T., 
Ownooch, Upper-Class Advisor, Bluebonnet Belle Nominee. 
HUNTER, LOBERT LEONARD, Santa Anna 

Business Administration; Hogg, Wesley Found- 
ation. 

INGRUM, ESTELLE, Conroe 

Mathematics; r * B, Conroe Club, Cap and 
Gown. 

IRONS, DAVID BOOTH, Fort Worth 

Law; * r A, Longhorn Band and Orchestra, 
Fort Worth Club, N. T. A. C. Club. 

IRWIN, DON, Brownsville 

Education, English; Gregg House Players, 
Valley Club. 

JACKSON, DANIEL BAXTER, San Antonio 
Business Administration, Financg; 2AE. 

JACKSON, LYNN EVARD, Austin 

Journalism; SAX, The Daily Texan, Rusk. 

JACKSON, NORVELL FORD, Rockport 

Business Administration, Marketing; AO *, In- 
tramurals. 



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JAMESON, LOUISE, El Paso 

Zoology; II B *, Cap and Gown, Y. W. C. A., 
Pierian, El Paso Club. 

JARISCH, ANNIE MARIE, New Braunfels 

Home Economics; Home Economics Club, Gregg 
House Players, Hill Country Club. 

JENNINGS, JANE, Houston 
English. 

JOBES, JAMES MAURICE, Fort Worth 

Zooloqy; T K <!>, Naval Reserve Officer, Fort 
Worth Club, Mavericks. 

JOHNSON, ELVA MARIE, Houston 

English; IIB*, Ashbel, AAA, Bluebonnet 
Belle 1937, Cap and Gown. 

JOHNSON, HERBERT MILTON, Port Arthur 

Law; Port Arthur Club, Hildebrand Law 
Society, M. I. C. A., president. 

JOHNSON, MARY ELIZABETH, San Antonio 
Sociology; K K r. Cap and Gown. 

JOHNSON, MRS. R. C, Austin 
Law; Z T A. 

JOHNSON, ROBERT CALVIN, Dallas 
Arts & Sciences and Law; AKE. 



JOHNSON, SUE VIRGINIA, San Antonio 
Business Administration. 

JONES, BILLIE BOB, Lubbock 

English; KKT, N. U. T. T., Pierian, Co-Ed 
Assembly. 

JONES, CARL WILUAM, Austin 

Government; * H 2, Hogg Debate Club, Vice- 
president; Intersociety Debate, Y. M. C. A. 



JONES, FRED MURPHY, Houston 
Government: Glee Club. 

JONES, HUBERT H., Austin 

Business Administration, Accounting. 

JONES, JAMES D., Houston 
Government. 



JONES, WILLIAM LEIGHTON, Hillsboro 
Law; Texas Law Review. 

KALMANS, YALE, Houston 

Law; T A <t>, president; Hildebrand Law Society, 
Athenaeum, Houston Club, Senior Intramural 
Manager. 

KAMPMANN, EDWIN ALBERT, Mexico City, 
Mexico 

Journalism; OH, SAX, Inter-Clty Council, 
Mexico City Club, Der Die Das, Tennis, University 
Press Club. 

KASCH, JOHN EDWARD, Austin 

Chemical Engineering; <1>A T, Longhorn Band, 
University Symphony Orchestra, Austin Club. 

KASTNER, JUANITA, New Braunfels 

Bacteriology; Z T A, Turtle Club, Glee Club, 
Bluebonnet Belle Nominee. 

KEESE, THELMA JANE, Somerville 

Home Economics; Home Economics Club, Cap 
and Gown, South Central Texas Club, Upper - 
Class Advisor. 

KENNEDY, HAROLD L, Palestine 
Law; Palestine Club. 

KENNER, MARY, Corsicana 

History, AHA, Present Day Club, Reagan, Inter- 
national Relations Club, Cap and Gown, Corsi- 

KENNELLY, CLYDE BROWN, Rosenberg 

Law and Arts a Sciences; UX A, Law Review, 
Law Honor Council, Student Religious Council, 
B. S. U. Council, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet. 




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KEPPLE, ALICE KATHERYN, Fort Worth 

Education; Newman Club, Vice-President; Fort 
Worth Club, Newman Hall Advisor. 

KEY, HAROLD HAYDEN, Marshall 

Histor/ and Government; Y. M. C. A., Glee 
Club. 

KILGORE, JEWEL, Goliad 

English; Victoria Club, Wesley Players, Curtoin 
Club. 

KING, MARY LOUISA, Waco 
English; K K r. 

KINSEY, ED. ELDRED, San Angelo 

Economics; San Angelo Club, West Texas Club. 

KNIGHT, JULIET THOMPSON, Corpus Christi 
Journalism; University Press Association, The 
Daily Texan, Curtain Club, Gregg House Players, 
Wesley Players, Corpus Christi Club. 



KOEMEL, EVELYN, West 

Botany; Reagan, Bow and Arrow, Czech Club. 
KORCZYNSKI, DANIEL B., Yorktown 

Petroleum Production Engineering; IIE, A. I. 
M. M. E. 

KRAUSE, CARLENA DOROTHY, LaGrange 

Secretarial; B ri, A\ A, IIAO, Cap and 
Gown, South Central Texas Club. 



KRIEGEL, LAWRENCE H., Giddings 

Accounting; X *, B A *, Longhorn Band. 
KUCERA, GEORGE F., Victoria 

Chemistry; Czech Club, president. 

LaGRONE, ALFRED HALL, Austin 

Electrical Engineering; T B II, II KN, A. I. 
E. E. 



LaLONDE, ALBERT AENEAS, Denison 
Zoology. 

LANAGAN, WILLIAM A., JR., Longview 
Marketing; AZII. 

LANCE, WILFORD LEWIS, Perryton 
Business Administration. 



LEACH, JAMES HENRY, Beaumont 

History; Beaumont Club, president; Inter-City 
Council, Round-Up Committee. 

LEDBETTER, L. HARPER, Jacksonville 

Sociology; Wesley Foundation, Light Opera, 
Y. M. C A. 

LEE, RICHARD JAMES, McCamey 

Mechanical Engineering; II T2, A <i>n, A. S. 
M. E., Aeronautical Society. 

LeMAY, DOROTHY EUGENIA, Athens 

English; A *, Ownooch, Sidney Lanier, Glee 
Club, Curtain Club, Wesley Players, Tyler Club, 
Cap and Gown Council. 

LENERT, HELMUT ALFRED, New Braunfels 
Geology; Little Campus Association. 

LEVINSON, SIDNEY LOUIS, Menard 

Journalism; 2; AM, Blue Pencil Club, The 
Daily Texan, Freshman Basketball Manager. 

LICHTE, BESS, Bryan 

Home Economics; IT B *, Home Economics 
Club. 

LITTLE WILUAM A., JR., Austin 
Zoology; KS. 

LOFTIS, GEORGE AUSTIN, Chandler 
Law. 



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English; Z T A, IIAO, Panhandle Club. 

McANGUS, MARY JO, Austin 

Government; Z T A, <J> B K, AA A, Pierian, Mortar 
Board, Pan-Hellenic, Bluebonnet Belle Nominee. 
McCORD, SAM S., JR., Corpus Christi 

Petroleum Production Egnineering; A. I. 



M. E. 



McCORMICK, REEDA LEE, Austin 

English; AHA, 2 A I, Reagan, Cap and Gown. 

McCROCKLIN, ANDREW JACKSON, JR., Austin 
Electrical Engineering; H KN, A. I. E. E., 
University of San Antonio Club. 

McCROCKLIN, WINIFRED KATE, Austin 

Business Administration; Cap and Gov^n, 
LIniversity of San Antonio Club. i' 



McCURDY, lONE LAY, Lockhart 
Spanish; Cap and Gown. 

McDERMOTT, MARY BORDEN, Fort Worth 
English; KKT. 

McDonald, francis goodall, Hiiisboro 

Law; AG <I>, Hildebrand Law Society. 



McDonald, G. C, jr., Abilene 
Business Administration. 

McGEATH, LEILA MILDRED, Austin 
Sociology; Y. W. C. A. 

MclVER, MARIE ELLEN, Dallas 
History; AAA. 



McKELVY, MYRTLE EVELYN, Valley Mills 

Applied Design & Textiles; Home Economics 
Club, Kirby Hall Council, Cap and Gown. 

MACOW, JEANNETTE CYWAN, Austin 

Public Speaking; A *K, Orange Jackets, 
Mortar Board, IIAO. 

MacWILLIAMS, JANE CATHERINE, Austin 
Business Administration. 



MAGUIRE, JACK C, Austin 
Physics. 

MAJORS, GENEVIEVE, Dallas 

English; Cap and Gown, Dallas Club. 
MALIK, FRANK G., Dallas 
Chemical Engineering. 



MANN, DOROTHY KATE, Hiiisboro 
Mathematics; Hiiisboro Club. 

MANTZEL, CARL J., Sealy 

Geology; Freshman Football, Regional Interest 
Club. 

MARCHAK, ALVIN WILLIAM, Rogers 

Government; 'I'HS, "I" A K, Progressive Czech 
Club. 



MARRS, EMADELE, Austin 

Home Economics; Home Economics Club. 

MARSHALL, KATHERINE, Quanah 

Journalism; KAO, Curtain Club, Orange 
Jackets, A*U. 

MARTEL, JOHN G., JR., Houston 

Business Administration; X 't>, Judiciary Coun- 
cil, Cowboys. 




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MARTIN, JAMES BRYSON, Dallas 

Business Administration, Accounting; Dallas 
Club, president; Inter-City Council, Atheneaum, 
Round-Up, Wesley Foundation Cabinet, Texas 

MARTIN, THOMAS ALLEN, Dallas 
Chemistry; Newman Club. 

MARTINEZ, FERNANDO ENRIOUE, Chihuahua, 
Mexico 

Pre-Med; Latin-American Club. 

MATSON, DOROTHY, Rockdale 

English; Cap and Gown, president; Co-Ed 
Assembly, Glee Club, Sidney Lanier, Upper-Class 
Advisor, Sophomore and Junior Councils. 

MATULA, CONSTANCE EUNICE, Runge 

Journalism; A A II, ()2<J>, Sidney Lanier, Cap 
and Gown, Glee Club, Sardine, The Daily Texan. 
MAYER, JIMMIE, San Benito 

Mechanical Engineering; *0 K, A. S. M. E., 
Aeronautical Club, Valley Club. 

MAYFIELD, IVAN GARRETT, Lubbock 
Pharmacy; P X, Pharmaceutical Society. 

MEANS, WYATT BRITTAIN, San Antonio 
Law. 

MELCHER, TRUMAN O'OUINN, Port Levaci 
Zoology. 



MEREDITH, BILLIE ANN, Glen Rose 

Physical Education; P. E. M. Club, Cleburne 
Club. 

MEWHINNEY, LELLA LEN, Holland 

Psychology; XS2, A. C. E., N. U. T. T. 

MILLER, LAURA EDITH, Ballinger 

Spanish; AMI, <t> B K, S A n, AAA, V. W. 
C. A., Sidney Lanier. 



MILLER, MARTHA VINCENT, Washington, D. C. 
Sociology; A <I>, A K A, Sidney Lanier, Curtain 
Club, Y. W. C. A., Junior Council. 

MILLER, NELL EUGENE, Fredonia 

Home Economics; Cap and Gown, Home Eco- 
nomics, West Texas Club. 

MILLS, CLARENCE YOUNG, Smithville 
Business Administration. 



MINGS, ROSE, Big Sandy 

English; Gregg County Club, A. C. E., Y. W. 
C. A. 

MOODY, AMY RUTH, Rock Springs 
Education. 

MOORE, BETTY BATSELL, Sherman 
History; KKI", Ashbel. 



MOORE, EDWARD LAIRD, Parks 
Zoology. 

MOORE, N. A., JR., Wichita Falls 

Business Administration; Wichita Club. 
MORAN, CLEO E., Belton 
Education, Spanish; -An. 



MORROW, GENEVIEVE, Houston 

English; n B *, AA A, Ashbel, N. U. T. T., 
Cap and Gown, Pan-Hellenic. 

MORROW, SUE MADELINE, Stamford 

Physical Education; Orange Jackets, Orchesis, 
Reagan, Present Day, The Daily Texan, P. E. M. 
Club, Sardine, West Texas Club. 

MOSSER, SUE FRANCES, Baytown 

English; Cap and Gown, Tri-City Club, Y. W. 
C. A. 



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MOTLEY, HOWARD SMITH, Tenaha 

Law; 2 X, Shelby County Club, Golden Gloves, 
Rusk. 

MUELLER, ROBERT, Austin 

Accounting; Light Opera Orchestra, Freshman 
Football Manager, Assistant Varsity Football 
Manager. 

MULLINS, GREY LEWIS, Temple 
History; K K V. 

MURPHY, THOMAS BERRY, Garland, Arkansas 
Accounting; AL" II. 

MURRAY, MARGARET, Austin 

Home Economics; XS2, president; ON, president; 
Mortar Board, Ashbel, Girls' Glee Club, Y. W. 
C. A. 

MUSSELMAN, GEORGE A., Salem 
Geology; Victoria Club. 

NANKERVIS, BYRON JOHN, San Antonio 
Electrical Engineering; A. I. E. E. 

NASH, CHARLES HENRY, JR., Amarillo 
Zoology. 

NATHAN, LEAH SAKOWITZ, Houston 

Zoology; AE*, T A A, Orchesis, Leader; Cap 
and Gown, U. T. S. A. Council, Orange Jackets, 
Junior Class Council, Westmoorland Club. 



NEBHUT, ANNA LOUISE, Terrell 
English, Education. 

NELSON, GALE HARPER, San Antonio 
History. 

NEWBERRY, FRED KENNETH, Austin 
Government and Law. 



NEWMAN, ROBERT BRADFORD, Austin 

Physics; * B K, <t'H^, Physics Colloquium, 
Der Die Das, Deutscher Verein, Y. M. C. A. 

NICHOLAS, WILLIAM E., San Antonio 
Law. 

NORRIS, JUDITH ELIZABETH, Austin 

French; French Club, Austin Club, Intramural 
Swimming. 



NORTON, MARION, Dallas 
Spanish; K K I'. 

NORTON, NELL ELIZABETH, Marshall 

English; Wesley Foundation, Association for 
Childhood Education, Cap and Gown. 

NOVICH, DOROTHY, San Antonio 

English; Association for Childhood Education, 
Hillel Executive Board, Cap and Gown. 



ODELL, DAN EDWARD, Fort Worth 
Accounting. 

OUPHANT, SAMUEL CURTIS, Longview 

Petroleum Production Engineering; A. I. M. 
M. E. 

O'NEALL, FRED B., Mineral Wells 
Accounting. 



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ORMOND, JANE LEE, Houston 

Geology; A XS2, XE, AA A, Girls' Glee Club. 
OWEN, CELESTINE GERTRUDE, Tyler 

English) XSJ, Round-Up Committee, Tyler Club. 
OWEN, JACK, Tyler 
Law. 




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OWENS, WEBSTER WROE, Teasue 

Ldw; Yell Leader, McLaurin Law Society, Rusk, 
Hildebrand Law Society. 

PADGETT, VALERIE, Houston 
Government. 

PAGE, CLAY D., Dallas 

Pharmacy; P X, Texas Pharmaceutical Society. 

PAGENSTECHER, CHARLES ALEXANDER, San 
Antonio 

Zoology; "t Y A. 

PALACIOS, CAROLA, San Diego 

Spanish; Newman Club, Latin-American Club, 
Pan-American Club. 

PANNILL, FITZHUGH HASTINGS, Houston : 
Law; Hogg, Fort Worth Club, Hildebrand Lav | 
Society, Texas Law Review. 

PARKER, FOSTER, Dallas 

Business Administration, Accounting; B A *, 
-IE, Business Administration Council. 
PARKER, LLOYD S., Olmito 

Geology; 2 I'E, Rio Grande Valley Club, Inter- 
City Council, Regional Interest Club. 

PARRA, RAMON, Brownsville 

Pharmacy; Latin-American Club, presiden 
Texas Pharmaceutical Society, president. 



PASS, SAMUEL, West 

Business Administration, Marketing; A2II, 
Waco Club, Longhorn Band, Track, Y. M. C. A. 
PASSMORE, HELEN FAY, Austin 

Spanish and Journalism; * B K, OZ *, 2 A IT, 
The Daily Texan. 

PATTERSON, HENRY T., Austin 

Business Administration, Management; 2 I E. 



PATTERSON, WARD BEECHER, Austin 
Law; Hildebrand Law Society, Hogg. 

PATTON, LOWELL RUSSELL, JR., Galveston 

Chemistry; Debate, Forensic Council, Hogg, 
president; University Light Opera, Glee Club. 
PAUL, PEARL BETTY, Fort Worth 

Sociology; Hillel Players, Hillel Menorah. 



PAYNE, GROVER WALTON, Grand Saline 

Business Administration, Accounting; B A *, 
B r2, Van Zandt County Club. 

PAYTON, MABEL JULIA, Austin 
Mathematics; IIAO. 

PEARSON, GEORGE W., JR., Royse City 
Law. 



PERKINS, ERNEST S., Harwood 

Mechanical Engineering; II T2, A. S. M. E. 

PERLMAN, P. JEROME, New York, N. Y, 

Business Administration, Advertising; Glee 
Club, University Light Opera, Hillel Foundation, 
Hillel Scribe. 

PERRY, JANE, San Antonio 
History. 

PHILLIPS, BERNICE, Graham 

Education, Public Speaking; Reagan, A. C. E., 
University Orchestra. 

PHILUPS, MILDRED ORR, Weatherford 

Home Economics; Palo Pinto-Parker Club, Home 
Economics, Upper-Class Advisors. 

PHIPPS, MARGARET JEAN, Harlingen 

Journalism; r * B, Valley Club, We: y 
Foundation, Cap and Gown, The Daily Texan, 
Upper-Class Group. 



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PICKLE, CHESLEY BENJAMIN, Port Arthur 
Electrical Engineering. 

PIERCE, R. MARVIN NX^ichita Falls 

Law; A X, The Cactus, Wichita Club. 

PITTENGER, WILLIAM A., Austin 
Law. 

POKORNY, ELSIE LYDIA, Taylor 

English: AAA, Y. W. C. A., Czech Club, Pro- 
gressive Czech Club, Co-Ed Assembly, Intramural 
Manager. 

POLANSKY, GEORGE A., Taylor 

Pharmacy; AEA, Newman Club, Band. 

POLK, JOHNIE ROTAN, Gatesville 
Business Administration. 

PONDROM, RUTH de LYON, Beaumont 

English; XO, A*S2, Curtain Club, Board of 
Governors; Bluebonnet Belle Nominee. 

POOLE, TRAVIS BEVERLY, JR., Cotulla 

Spanish; Los Pan-Americanos, Gregg House 
Players. 

POUNDS, JIMMIE III, Sulphur Springs 

Journalism; SAX, Daily Texan, Texas Ranger, 
Students' Assembly, Board of Directors Texas 
Union, Athenaeum, University Press Association, 
Dallas Club, Round-Up. 

POWELL, MARY VIRGINIA, Woodville 

English; Glee Club, Beaumont Club, Bit and Spur. 
POWERS, RALPH ELWOOD, Austin 
Mechanical Engineering; A. S. M. E. 
|, PRESNALL, MARGARET RALL, Wills Point 

I Journalism; 92 *, Daily Texan, Curtain Club, 

B Press Club, Van Zandt County Club, Bluebonnet 

* Belle Nominee. 

PRESTON, MARY FRANCES, Lockhart 

Physical Education) Spanish; Psychology; Fresh- 
man Club, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, Sophomore Club, 
president; Sophomore Council, Junior Class 
Council, Littlefield Dormitory Council, president; 
U. T. S. A. Council, Tee Club, Leader, Pem Club, 
Sunday Club, Cap and Gown, Intramurals. 

PREWETT, JOHN EDWARDS, Redwater 
E Zoology. 

^ PRUITT, ELIZABETH ETHEL, Austin 

English; Cap and Gown. 

PRUITT, FRANCES FERN, Austin 

Home Economies'; Cap and Gown, Home Eco- 
nomics Club. 

PUCKETT, MARY MANOR, San Antonio 
English; KA0, Cap and Gown. 
^^ PURVIN, ROBERT LEMAN, Dallas 

J Chemical Engineering; <I>2A, T B 11, *BK, 

?, *H2, *AT, Light Opera, Glee Club, Football. 



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QUIN, HARRY C, Austin 

Journalism; SN, 2 A X, Daily Texan, Night 
Editor. 

QUIN, MARY NELSON, Austin 

French; Orchesis, LeCercle Paul Claudel. 

RAEBER, JEANETTE, San Antonio 

English; IIAe, Association for Childhood 
Education, Cap and Gown, French Club. 

RAETZSCH, ALVIN THOMAS, Seguin 
Chemical Engineering; AKE. 

RAINES, ALEXZENA, Austin 
i> Architecture; T2A, president, A A r, presi- 

■^ dent; A A, Sidney Lanier, Association of Student 

Architects, Architecture Camera Club. 

RAMIREZ, OSWALDO VILLARREAL, Mission 

International Relations; Los Pan-Americanos, 
president; Hogg Debating Club, president; Pan- 
American Student Forum, Newman Club, Hidalgo 
County Club, Latin American Club. 




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RAMSAY, WINNIE JO, Austin 

Spanish; A*, AAA, 2 A 11, RAO, The Cactus, 
Curtain Club, Gregg House Players, Sidney 
Lanier, Present Day, Newman Club, Austin Club, 
Cap and Gown, Y. W. C. A., Round-Up. 

RAMSEY, ANNE SABRA, Austin 

Journalism; XT, 92 *, Austin Club, Cap and 
Gown, The Daily Texan. 

RAMSEY, JOHN WILLIAM, Mart 

Mechanical Engineering; II T 2, A. S. M. E., 
Sons of Alec, Track. 

RATLIFF, NOBMA, Del Rio 

Sociolog>*; XS2, Tarleton Club. 

REAL, MATILDA MARIE, Kerrville 

History'; XS2, Sidney Lanier, Cap and Gown. 
REED, JOHNNIE BESS, Sterling City 
English; KAB, Cap and Gown. 



REEVES, EARLI^JE, Terrell 
Psychology; A K A. 

RHEA, JOHN WILLIAM, Austin 

Petroleum Production Engineering; <l> K •*, 
TBn, HE, A. I. M. E. 

RICHARDS, RUTH LOUISE, Gainesville 

English; Z T A, Association for Childhood 
Education, Bluebonnet Belle. 



RIGGS, JAMES WILLBORN, JR., Pelly 
Physics. 

RICE, LILLIAN VIRGINIA, Port Arthur 
Journalism. 

ROBERT, NELL, Freer 

Nutrition; Home Economics Club, Cap and 
Gown, Tarleton Club. 



ROBERTSON, THOMAS PASCHE, Houston 

Finance; A2 II, Business Administration Council 

ROSE, PERLE ELIZABETH, San Antonio 

English; Deutscher Verein, Y. W. C. A., San 
Antonio Club. 

RUNCK, JANET ELIZABETH, Corpus Christi 

English; Curtain Club, Tee Club, Newman Club. 



RUSE, EDWARD EUGENE, JR., Kerrville 
Chemistry, American Chemical Society. 

RUSSELL, CAROLYN MARKLE, Houston 

HistorV; HB*, AAA, Ashbel, Mortar Board, 
Judiciary Council, President Freshmen Women. 

RUSSELL, JAMES HOWARD, Austin 

Law; X <j>, <J>A<1>, Longhorn Band, Texas Law 
Review. 



RUSSELL, JOHN C, Wichita Falls ^ 

Government^- Progressive Democrats. 

SAGEBTeL, AGNES EUGENIE, Fredericksburg 
Law. 

SAGSTETTER, WILLIAM JOHN, Silsbee 

Journalism; Beaumont Club, Inter-City Council, , 
Newman Club, Freshman Fellowship Club,. 
Sophomore Club, The Daily Texan, Upper-Class-- 
men's Group, Press Club. 



SAUCEDO, MARIA de la LUZ, Laredo 

Business Administration; Latin-American Club. 

SCHEUBER, SAM COWAN, San Angelo 

Petroleum Production Engineering'; A. I. M. E. 
SCHIWETZ, DOROTHY, Yorktown 

English; DeWitt County Club, Cap and Gown, 
y. W. C. A. 



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SCHMIDT, SYLVIA, Austin 

Zoology,- ^ <t>E, T A A, Pan-Hellenic Council, 
Dei Die Das, Present Day. 

SCHOW, RUBY MYRTLE, Austin 

Educatiorf; Glee Club Sextette, Association for 
Childhood Education, Wesley Foundation Cabinet, 
Cap and Gown. 

SCHUHMANN, ELLEN AGNES, Houston 
English. 

SCHWARTZ, ARMOND G., Hallettsville 

Law; A21>, USA, <I>H2;, Varsity Debate, 
Texas Law Review, Intersociety Debate, Hilde- 
brand Law Society, Hogg, Houston Club. 

SCHWETTMANN, MARTIN WILLIAM, McGregor 
History; Glee Club. 

SCOTT, HELEN VIRGINIA, Raymondville 

Business Administration; XO, Sidney Lanier, 
Orchesis, Cap and Gown, Rio Grande Valley 
Club, Pan-Hellenic. 

SEARS, FLORENCE IRENE, San Antonio 

English; *M, IIAe, president; A*0, Light 
Opera, Gregg House Players, Curtain Club, 
Present Day, Pan-Hellenic. 

SEAY, JAMES MERWIN, Dallas 

Life Insurance and Mathematics; Brackenridge 
Hall Association, Freshman Track, Varsity Track, 
Co-Captain; T. Association, Lattimore Memorial 
Class, Dallas Club. 

SEELIGER, LILLIAN MARIE, Lockhart 
Zoology. 



SELKIRK, JESS WILLARD, Mineola 

Mechanical Engineering; A. S. M. E. 

SERRILL, JAY OAKFORD, Bay City 
Petroleum Production Engineering. 

SHAW, ARNOLD C, Rhome 
Journalism. 



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SHAW, ROBERT A., Fort Worth 

Accounting; A2n, Fort Worth Club. 
SHELBY, FRANCES, Austin 
French; Glee Club. 

SHELTON, ROBERT F., Austin 
History. 



SHELTON, THOMAS O., JR., Dallas 

Law; "t r A, 4> A *, Chancellors, Texas Law 
Review. 

SHIRLEY, LOUISE, Canyon 

Sociology; A XSJ, Cap and Gown, Y. W. C. A., 
Scout Leadership Club, Panhandle Club. 
SIMECEK, ADELINE, Rowena 
Spanish, Czech Club. 



SKELTON, MAX B., McKlnney 

Journalism; Varsity Basketball Manager. 

SLATAPER, EUGENE LEE, JR., Houston 

Zoology; Houston Club. 
SLAUGHTER, GEORGE OWEN, Austin 

Business Administration; KZ, Business Admin- 
istration Council, President Junior Class, Y. M. 
C A. 

SLAVIK, EDWARD WILLIAM, Runge 

Mathematics; 6H, Czech Club, Newman Club, 
T. Association, Varsity Basketball Manager, D. K. 
G. Club. 

SMITH, JESSIE HOWARD, Palestine 

English, KKr, <l> B IC AA A, Mortar Board, 
...^ Orange Jackets, Cap and Gown, Ashbel, Classical 

Club, y. W. C. A. 

SMITH, LULA ELAINE, Austin 

Smith-Hughes, Home Economics, Home Eco- 
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SMITH, MARY BLAND, Bonham 

Pure Mathematics; AAA, president; Mortar 
Board, Cap and Gown. 

SMITH, MARY ELIZABETH, Fort Worth 

Business Administration; A A n. Cap and Gown. 
SMITH, ROY BYRON, San Anselo 
Electrical Engineering; A, I. E. E. 



SMITH, THEO ELLA, Austin 

Home Economics; Glee Club, Home Economics 
Club. 

SMOOT, JANE, Austin 

English; * B K, IIAO, Cap and Gown. 

SOMARINDYCK, STELLA MAE, Shreveport, La. 
History. 



SPARLING, JOHN CLARK, Austin 
Accounting. 

SPENCE, KATHRYN GREENE, Hebbronville 

History; Z T A, HAO, Mortar Board, N. U. T. T., 
Glee Club, Co-Ed Trio, Ashbel, Association for 
Childhood Education, Bluebonnet Belle. 

SPERRY, JOE HALL, Hubbard 

Law and Arts and Sciences; Rusk, Hildebranc 
Law Society. 



SPILL, MERRICK, Winters 
Arts and Sciences. 

SPIRES, ANNA LEE, San Angelo 

Business Administration; Present Day, Y. W. C. A., 
Glee Club, Bit and Spur, Leader; U. T. S. A., 
Intramural Manager. 

SOUIER, CLAUDE LEONARD, Wichita Falls 
English. 



STAFFORD, HARRY N., El Paso 

Electrical Engineering; n K A, T B n, H KN, 
A. I. E. E. 

STAHL, OTTIS, JR., Waco 

Management and Accounting; A2 11, president; 
. Business Administration Council, Students' As- 
sembly. 

STALEY, J. I., JR., Wichita Falls 
Law. 

STANDI FER, RICHARD MYLES, Fort Worth 

Government; Fort Worth Club, N. T. A. C. 
Club, Y. M. C. A. 

STANLEY, FRANK ELDWIN AUGUSTUS, JR., Baird 
Business Administration. 

STARLEY, JAMES HUDSON, Pecos 

Law; UK A, Cowboys, Honor Council, Law 
School; Hogg, The Daily Texan. 

STEPHENS, DOROTHY SUE, Cleburne 

Pure Mathematics; KAO, Cap and Gown, 
Cleburne Club. 

STEPHENS, JOHN FRED, Dallas 

Mathematics; Dallas Club, president; Inter-City 
Council, Der Die Das Club. 

STOCKTON, JOHN RICHARD, Fort Worth 

Bacteriology and Pharmacy; P X, *HS, AEA 



STOUT, MARGARET JANE, Sherman 

Spanish; K K r. Cap and Gown, German Club. 
STROMAN, EILEEN, San Angelo 

Business Administration; Cap and Gown, Te- 
Wai-Hiss. 

STUART, MARY LOU, Texarkana 
History; II B *. 



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;TUCKERT, MARGARET. Fort Worth 

History,- Upper-Class Advisory Council 
S. R. D.; y. W. C. A. Cabinet, "Y" Upper-Class 

STUCKEY, BERNADINE, Austin 

English; Austin Club, Wesley Foundation. 

STUCKEY, JACKSON HENRY, Humble 

Zoology,- Tejas, *BK, <i>H2, AEA, presi- 
dent. 

;WANSON, EDNA MAE, Port Arthur 
Business Administration. 

SWEARINGEN, ORIA SPENCER, Woodville 
Economics; S <I>E. 

SWINNY, CAREY La VERNE, Sinton 
English. 

"ALLEY, ARTHUR THURMAN, Houston 

Zoology, Swimming Team, captain; Bracken- 
ridge Hall Association, president; Tri-Dormitories 
Council, president; German Club. 

TALLEY, CORINNE, Temple 

Sociology; K K r, S. R. D. House Council, Cap 
and Gown, Upper-Class Advisor, Bluebonnet 
Belle Nominee. 

TASHNEK, SHIRLEY RAE, Houston 

Public Speaking; A "tE, Association for Child- 
hood Education, Cap and Gown, Houston Club, 
Glee Club, Curtain Club. 

'AYLOR, BENSON THOMAS, Victoria 

Highway; Civil Engineering; Curtain Club, 
A. S. C. E. 

TAYLOR, CLYDE H., Dallas 

Accounting; 2 *£, ASn, president; Dallas 
Club, President Senior Class, Business Administra- 

K' '°"' TAYLOR, FLORA MARIE, San Antonio 

Wg< Business Administration; Cap and Gown, 

B': Westmoorland Club. 

'AYLOR, FRANCES, Beaumont 

TAYLOR, GREER McCLELLAN, Dallas 
Latin; *BK. 

TAYLOR, MADISON IRVING, Austin 

Petioleum Production Engineering; T B n, IIE, 
A. I. M. E., Valley Club. 



EALL, KENT KRAMER, El Dorado, Kansas 
Accounting: A <t>li. 

TERMINI, JAMES THOMAS, Dickinson 

Law; A X, Houston Club, Athenaeum, Newman 
Club, Galveston County Club. 

THACKER, JULIET, Mexico City, Mexico 
Spanish. 



FHIBAULT, MYRA, Little Rock, Arkansas 

English; XS2, Arkansas Club, Curtain Club, 
Racquet Club, Girl Scout Leadership Club, Cap 
and Gown. 

THOMAS, FRANCIS, Dallas 
Home Economics. 

THOMAS, REMUS, El Paso 

Business Administration; Track, captain; Cross 
^- Country, captain. 







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FHOMAS, RUTH WILSON, Houston 

Business Administration; Houston Club. 

THOMPSON, JAMES ELLIOTT, Austin 
Law; *Ae, 4>H 2, Texas Law Review. 

THOMPSON, RUTH, Danielson, Connecticut 
Nutrition; ON. 



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THORNTON, RUTH MARION, Dallas 

Enslish; XS2, Girl Scout Leadership Club, Glee 
Club, Dallas Club, N. T. A. C. Club, Association 
For Childhood Education, Cap and Gown. 
TIPPS, ELIZABETH, Dallas 

English; AAA, Pierian, Dallas Club, Curtain 
Club, Relay Queen Nominee, Bluebonnet Belle 
Nominee, Texas Ranger. 

TISINGER, BESS, Dallas 

Journalism; Z T A, OS*, Press Club, Pierian, 
Curtain Club, Dallas Club,Capand Gown Council. 

TOWNSEND, WILLIAM W., Chillicothe, Missouri 
Business Administration; 2 IE, Brackenridge 
Hall Association. 

TRAXLER, JOHN G., San Antonio 

Electrical Engineering; T B n, H KN, A. I. E. E. 

TREVINO, ALBERT URREA, San Antonio 

Law; Hogg, Newman Club, Latin-American 
Club. 

TROUTMAN, ARTHUR Y., San Antonio 

Management; Brackenridge Hall Association, 
Scribblers, University Aeronautical Society. 

TRUSDEL, MACK GAULT, San Antonio 
Petroleum Production Engineering. 

TUCKER, PAULINE EVELYN, Livingston 

Home Economics; Home Economics Club. 

TULLOSS, RUTH, San Antonio 

Sociology; Z T A, AKA, Bit and Spur, Glee 
Club, Cap and Gown, Upper-Class Advisory 
Council, Association for Childhood Education, 
N. U. T. T. 

UNDERWOOD, JOHN TOLUVER, Dallas 

Law; K A, <I>A 4>, Chancellors, Texas Law Re- 
view. 

VADEN, CLARINE ELOISE, Abilene 
Spanish; 2 A ri, French Club. 

VAELLO, JOSEPHINE, Benavides 

Education; Newman Club, Latin-American 
Club, Association for Childhood Education. 

VALLANCE, BETTIE JANE, Houston 

Zoology; r * B, AA A, T A A, Mortar Board, 
Sidney Lanier, Cap dnd Gown Council. 

VALLONE, VINCENT, Houston 
Government. 



VAN NESS, MARTHA, Belton 

Nutrition; Home Economics Club, Wesley 
Foundation. 

VAUGHN, CLARE RAY, Austin 

^""' VOIERS, MARGARET JEAN, LaFeria 

Government; XSJ, IIAO, Sidney Lanier, Valley 
Club, Cap and Gown, Association for Childhoad 
Education. 



WADDELL, ELOISE, Houston 
English. 

WADDILL, GREGG COOPER, Austin 

Accounting; K2, Glee Club, Austin Club, 
Freshman Swimming. 

WADE, HENRY M., JR., Rockwall 

Law; AG*, <t>H2, Chancellors, Texas Law 
Review, President School of Law. 



WAIT, TEE, Houston 

English; nAe, Glee Club, Light Opera. 

WALCOTT, HARRY GILMER, Dallas 

Mechanical Engineering; T B II, n T2, A. S. 
M. E. 

WALD, GOLDIE RESCIA, Houston 

Business Administration; Cap and Gown, 
Present Day, Der Die Das, Houston Club. 



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WALDREP, M. E., Annona 
Banking and Finance. 

WALKER, DOTTIE, Tyler 

History; Z T A, Pierian, Tyler Club. 

WALKER, JAMES E., Minden, Louisiana 
Business Administration,- X *, 

WALKER, VIRGINIIA KATHRYN, Center 

English; Xil, Shelby County Club, Glee Club, 
Light Opera, Inter-City Council, T. S. C. W. 
Club, Cap and Gown. 

WALKER, WILLIAM J., Clarendon 

Pharmacy; Panhandle Club, Chemistry Club, 
Pharmaceutical Society. 

WALLACE, EFFIE LOUISE, San Antonio 

History; Cap and Gown, University of San 
Antonio Club, San Antonio Club. 

WALTER, WOODROW JAMES, Abilene 

Banking and Finance; A21I, Abilene Club, 
Inter-City Council, Circulation Manager, The 
Daily Texan. 

WALTHALL, PASCHAL, San Antonio 

Economics; A TS2, Captain Tennis Team. 

WARD, ELEANOR ANNE, Dallas 

Home Economics; A A .:\, Home Economics 
Club, Freshman Fellowship Council, Y. W. C. A. 
Cabinet, Glee Club, Student Religious Council, 
Orange Jackets, Cap and Gown. 



WARD, JOHN KIDD, Dallas 
Physics. 

WASHBURN, ROY, Greenville 
Law. 

WATKINS, DALE, Wellington 
Chemistry. 



WATTS, MARY ELIZABETH, Bryan 

English; Reagan, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, Upper- 
Class Advisor, Kirby Hall; Austin Student Inter- 
racial Commission. 

WATSON, HUBERT L, Haskell 

Law; <I>ns, Hildebrand Law Society. 

WATSON, JAMES E., JR., Texarkana 
Cotton Marketing; 2 X. 



WAUGH, ELIZABETH, Los Angeles, California 
Home Economics — Smith Hughes; A F, Light 
Opera, Curtain Club, Home Economics House 
Council, Home Economics Club, Y. W. C. A. 
Cabinet. 
WEAVER, CARNES W., Houston 

Petroleum Production Engineering; AKE, A. I. 
M. E., President Freshman Class. 

WEAVER, MARGARET ANN, Austin 
Physiology; *BK, ISH, AAA. 

WEBB, ROBERT JAMESON, Dallas 
Law. 

WEDDELL, ROBERT VICTOR, Fort Worth 

Law; Hildebrand Law Society, president; Fort 
Worth Club. 

WEIR, MARY LOUISE, Georgetown 

Home Economics — Smith Hughes; ON, presi- 
dent; Racket Club, leader; Y. W. C. A., Cap and 
Gown Council, Home Economics Club. 

WELLBORN, JANE, Port Arthur 

Spanish; Glee Club, French Club. 
WELCH, W. TIM, Dallas 
'.•'.■ Business Correspondence; AKE. 

WESTERMAN, LEROY R., Bellville 

Business Administration; Baseball, captain. 







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WHITE, HARRIS FRANCIS, El Paso 

Electrical Engineering; A. I. E. E., Border Club. 

WITHERSPOON, GUY PITTMAN, Greenville 

Journalism; SAE, University Press Club, Dallas 
Club, The Daily Texan, Varsity Golf. 

WHITLEY, JOE F., Wolfe City 

Journalism; Wrestling Team, Daily Texan Staff, 
Curtain Club, University Ligfit Opera. 

WHITTLESEY, JUANITA MAY, Mexico City, Mexico 
Journalism; A *, Tfie Daily Texan, U. T. S. A. 
Council, Bureau of Student Opinion, Tee Club, 
Mexico City Club, OZ * Award 

WHITSETT, EMMETT LYONS, JR., Floresville 

Government: II K A, A2P, n 2 A, Varsity De- 
bate, Wesley Foundation, president; Athenaeum, 
president; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, Wesley Players, 
Hildebrand Law Society, Forensic Council, Inter- 
fraternity Council. 

WHITTINGTON, GENE CHARLES, El Paso 

Architecture; 2 <I>E, Ramshorn, Association of 
Student Architects, Progressive Democrats. 

WHITTINGTON, MARVIN EDWARD, El Paso 

Law; 2 <1>E, Glee Club, Boxing, Wrestling. 

WICKLINE, JOYCE, Port Arthur 

English; A <J>, Ownooch, Reagan, president; 
Cap and Gown, Curtain Club. 

WICKS, MARY JO, San Antonio 

English; Orchesis, Curtain Club, Cap and 
Gown, Association for Childhood Education. 

WIDDECKE, HENRY AUGUST, Dallas 
Accounting; * r A, B A *. 

WILCOXSON, EARL, Terrell 
Journalism. 

WILDE, AGNES EMILIE, Austin 

Home Economics; ON, Freshman Fellowship 
Club, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, Orange Jackets, 
Home Economics Club. 

WILDS, JOSEPHINE McSPADDEN, Dallas 

Journalism; Glee Club, Cap and Gown, The 
Daily Texan, Dallas Club, University Press Club. 
WILDS, WILUAM JUDSON, Dallas 

Business Administration; Dallas Club, Young 
Democrats Club, Freshman Tennis. 

WILIE, ENID EVELYN, Austin 
Geology; n B *, XT, HAG. 



WILKERSON, JAMES CLAUDE, Comanche 
Journalisrrt; Tarleton Club. 

WILKINSON, ROBERT JAY, Bay City 
Journalism; 2 A X. 

WILLIAMS, MRS. ETHYL CLARK, Austin 
English. 



WILLIAMS, IRIS DeNELLE, Greenville 
History; Cap and Gown. 

WILUAMS, NELSON W., Lamesa 
Chemistry. 

WILLIAMSON, JAMES W., San Antonio 

Journalisrti; 2 A X, The Daily Texan, University 
Press Club, Blue Pencil Club, Cultural Entertain- 
ment Committee. 



WILSON, LEONARD I., JR., Elsa 

Accounting; Hidalgo County Club. 

WINN, MARGUERITE, Fort Sam Houston 

Government; A *, AA A, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, 
Tee Club, Pan-Hellenic, Orange Jackets, Mortar 
Board, Sidney Lanier. 

WOLF, GILBERT TITCHE, Austin 
Banking and Investments'; AS 11. 



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WOLMAN, NATALIE, Caldwell 

Home Economics,- Home Economics Club, 
Upper-Class Advisory Council. 

WONSLEY, JEFF EDYTHA, Austin 

WOOD, JEAN HARRISON, Dallas 

English, Glee Club Sextette, Light Opera. 



WOOD, JOHN H., JR., San Antonio 
Law; A Til, Varsity Tennis. 

WOODALL, AUGUSTA VIOLA, Sour Lake 

Physical Education; Racquet Club, Physical 
Education Majors Club. 

WOODALL, WILLIAM MILES, Mineral Wells 

Management; A2n, Palo Pinto County Club. 



WOODS, WILLIAM ELLIS, Ballinger 

Pharmacy,- K *, Assembly, Board of Directors 
Texas Student Publications, Pharmacy Society, 
president'; Daily Texan Editorial Advisory Council. 

WOODSON, MARTHA MAITLAND, Caldwell 
Journalism; Sidney Lanier, Cap and Gown. 

WOODWARD, NICHOLAS POLK, Austin 
Law; ATA, Glee Club. 



WOODWARD, WALTER McCLELLAN, Coleman 
Zoology; K2. 

WOOLRICH, AVIS MAXINE, Austin 

Home Economics; AAA, Home Economics 
Club, Home Economics House Council, Girl 
Scout Leadership Club. 

WRIGHT, DOUGLAS E., Omaha 
Government. 



WRIGHT, MRS. HAZEL HENDERSON, Omaha 
English; 2 A n, HAO, Reagan. 

WRIGHT, JOE v., San Antonio 

Pharmacy; P X, "tHS, Pharmaceutical Society, 
Radio Club. 

WRIGHT, LAWRENCE T., JR., San Antonio 

Mechanical Engineering; T B 11, 11 T2, A. S. 
M. E. 



WYCHE, ELIZABETH ELLEN, Longview 
English'; Z T A, Reagan. 

WYNNE, MARY ELIZABETH, Kerrville 

English; AHA, Pan-Hellenic, Reagan, Present 
Day, Der Die Das, Cap and Gown. 

YATES, WILL A., Waxahachie 

Marketing; Regional Interest Club, Tarleton 
Club, Athenaeum. 



YELDERMAN, CAROLYN JIM, Rosenberg 
Home Economics. 

YOUNG, EVA LOUISE, Lampasas 

Home Economics; Cap and Gown, Home Eco- 
nomics Club. 

YOUNG, PIPKIN, Dallas 

Pharmacy; P X, Texas Pharmaceutical Society, 
President Senior Class. 



ZEISS, GEORGE HENRY, Brenham 

Business Administration; A2II, South Central 
Texas Club. 

ZWIENER, CHARLES LINDLEY, Austin 

Architecture; * K *, Sphinx, Association of 
Student Architects, All-American Swimming Team. 




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Stanley Neely, football letterman, vice-president of the Students' Association 
for 1939 

Joe Greenhill, Cactus editor 1937, Phi Beta Kappa 

Pat Daniels, editor of the 1939 Daily Texan 



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Tom Law, Chairman of the Judiciary Council, president oF Phi Eta Sigma 
Sally Lipscomb, secretary of the Students' Association 
Walter Hasskarl, Chairman of the Judiciary Council for 1939 
Lois Crow, Orange Jackets, Daily Texan staff 



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Lois Sager, Sweetheart nominee, president-elect of Kappa Alpha Theta. 
Virginia Moore, Arts and Science assemblyman. 
Elizabeth Baker, president of U. T. S. A. 
Arabella Wofford, Ownooch. 



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Alamid, Jose Roman, Edinburg 

Bankhead, Frederick Ward, Kaufman 
LaGrone^ William Taylor, Elysian Fields 
Lear, Tom H., Austin 

Musick, Hugh B., Abilene 

FIRST- YEAR LAWS 

BosI, Ernest A., Jr., Schulenburg 
Cadena, Carlos C, San Antonio 
Carsner, Charles C, Jr., Victoria 
Collier, Robert Arthur, Wichita Falls 

Eastland, Herman, III, Hillsboro 
Jackson, James W., Jr., Big Spring 
Kleberg, Richard M., Corpus Christi 
McGee, William Sears, Houston 

Mills, Travis Lloyde, Marshall 
Reagan, Sydney, Austin 

Schow, John Butler, Austin 

Shapiro, Irving Jonathon, Galveston 



Slack, Kenneth L., Pecos 

Smith, A. Frank, Jr., Houston 
Smith, Ernest Frederic, Marshal 
Sweet, Edwin L., Blackwell 



Thompson, Bert, Jr., San Antonio 

Townsend, Robert Agnew, Galveston 
Unis, Thomas C, Tyler 

Wallace, William F., Jr., Corpus Christi 



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Adams, Josephine, Gladewater 

Alberts, Bertha Janet, San Antonio 
Alexander, Chester Ray, Mexia 
Alston, Herbert, Mercedes 



Anderson, Clinton Giddings, Brenham 
Andrews, Lynnie Louise, Grand Saline 
Armstrong, Mary Julia, Paris 

Arnold, Barbara Anne, Eastland 



Atkinson, George Henry, Jr., Austin 
Austin, Gerald Winston, Nixon 
Baker, Vervyl, Donna 

Bdldridge, Dorothy, Clifton 



Barnes, Erma E., Chester 
Barrett, Gwynne, El Paso 

Battle, Virginia Estelle, Beaumont 
Baur, Hermene, Austin 



Bennet, Beulah Margaret, Cuero 
Bernard, Ralph E., Haskell 
Beverly, Fred, Wichita Falls 
Bickler, Jane, Austin 



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Blackshear, Marguerite, Aspermont 
Blackwell, Joe O., Ill, Cooper 
Blair, Dawn, Austin 

Blomquist, Anna Jen, Austin 
Boone, George Wade, Weslaco 



Boswell, Milton Morris, Plainview 
Boyd, William M., Dallas 

Boyer, Charles M., Goose Creek 
Brackett, George Coit, Fort Worth 



^reedlove, Marjorie, Harlingen 
Bronstad, Hazel Fern, Clifton 
Brooks, Ellen Douglas, Evant 

Browder, Betty, Sweetwater, Tennessee 



Jrown, Lee Eugene, Fort Worth 
Brown, William Wells, San Antonio 
Bryson, La Verne, Bastrop 
Buie, Neil D., Jr., Marlin 



Burkett, Aubrey, V., Texarkana 
Burnside, Roberta Bailey, Dallas 
Busby, Stanford, San Antonio 

Butler, Jack Lawrence, Mineral Wells 



Buttrill, Annie Ruth, Lometa 
Byrd, Joe, Winter hHaven 

Callaway, Matilda, Fort Worth 
Campbell, Allen, Goldthwaite 



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Campbell, Craig, Austin 

Campbell, Lester H., Wellington 
Canales, Elizabeth, Brownsville 

Canary, Betty Lou, Tulsa, Oklahoma 



Carrell, Ross, Cedar Hill 

Carrothers, Doris Eleanor, Kansas City, Missouri 
Cartall, Louis M., Marfa 
Carver, Bessie Ruth, Uvalde 



Celaya, Albert, Brownsville 

Chalmers, Presley FHoward, h^ouston 
Chance, Jamesana Leewai, Kilgore 

Chaney, Mary Chestley, Vicksburg, Miss. 



Chapman, Mary Franklyn, Leander 
Clarke, Robert R., McAllen 

Clevenger, Elizabeth Louise, FHouston 
Cohen, Milton Robert, San Angelo 



Collier, Annette, Plainview 
Cone, Helen Holmes, Kerrville 

1Q M Q Conner, Mary Sue, Archer City 

V O V Cook, Anita, Austin 



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Q^ Cope, Mary Louise, Baytown 

OCorbin, Joe Haymond, Wichita Falls 
Cox, Jack Ray, Stephenville 



Crews, Margaret Nell, Plainview 
Critz, Ella Nora, Austin 

Cronmiller, Virginia Mae, Amaril 
Crow, Lois Fairfax, Dallas 



Crumley, Lois Leonora, Austin '■ 

Cukovich, Mary Jane, Galveston 
Curtis, Betty Ruth, Fort Worth 

Dahlberg, Vivian Lorraine, Taylor 



Davanay, Doris Jane, Goose Creek 
Davis, Dorothy Uta, Stephenville 
Davis, Keith, Thorndale 

Derby, Julius F., Monterrey, Mexico 



Dittert, Edgar Edward, Bellville 
Dominey, Mrs. J. B., Jr., Austin 
Doss, Ethel, Wadsworth 
Downs, W. Dee, Dallas 



Drury, Doris Maxine, Calvert 
Duflot, Leo S. M., Canyon 

Dulaney, Florence, San Antonio 
Dulin, Velma Lois, San Angelo 





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Dunklin, Don, Henderson 

Dunlap, Caswell Lanier, Dallas 
Dushek, Frances Pauline, Caldwe! 
Edelstein, Ruben, Brownsville 



Edmunds, David Wright, Dallas 
Farrier, J. J., Jr., Clarksville 
Ferguson, Eleanor, Fort Worth 
Ferguson, Elizabeth, Austin 



Ferris, Elizabeth, FHouston 

Files, Sidney James, Jr., Itasca 
Finucane, John L., Dallas 
Fox, Edith Adel, FHouston 



Fox, Joe Lee, Decatur 
Frey, Grace, Cuero 

Furr, Addie Adele, OIney 

Gangwer, Richard A., San Antonio 



Gano, Doris J., Tulsa, Oklahoma 
Garrett, Eloise, F^ouston 

Garrett, R. J., Corpus Christi 
Gartman, Katherine, Lampasas 



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Geraghty, Wade Paul, Jr., Wichita Falls (/) 

Gidley, Margaret Lytle, Lytle Q^ 

Gilbert, Sarita, San Benito ^^ 

Gillespie, Frances Lucille, Little Rock, Ark. ^^ 



Gipson, Charles W., Trenton, Missouri 
Glass, K. FHenrietta, Austin 
Gonzalez, Raul G., Mission 

Goodman, John McCoy, Goose Creek 



Graham, Jack Eldon, Wichita, Kansas 
Graves, Theron, Cisco 

Greer, Thornton C, h^ouston 
Gregg, Mary Lillian, Austin 



Gribbon, Daniel Joseph, Jr., Pampa 
Griffin, Ruth, McAllen 
Grissom, Nancy, Abilene 

Grove, Gerald Franklin, Robstwon 



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Guillot, Lawrence E., Dallas 

Haggard, George Earl, Jefferson 
FHamm, Mary Elizabeth, Mexia 
Hampton, Cecile, Clyde 



Harbin, Jack, Waxahachie 
Hard, Mary Jane, Beaumont 
Harrison, Erie Nell, Panhandle 
Harrison, M. D., La Porte 



Harrison, Tom W., Eastland 
Hassell, Leonard R., Palestine 

Hassell, Willie Mae, Arcadia, Louisiana 
Heath, Mrs. Ruby Richerson, Rosebud 



Heffner, Harry Miller, Port Arthur 
Helbing, Leslie, Fort Worth 

Hendrix, Francis William, Mexico City, Mexico 
Hereford, Odis Gerrie, Conroe 



Herman, Adeline, McAllen 
Hicks, Janette, Fort Worth 
Higgins, Sam Edith, Bastrop 
Hill, Dorothy, Hillsboro 



Hollingshead, lola. Goose Creek 
Hollinhsworth, Lucille, Pleasanton 
Hollis, Florence, Eagle Pass 
Holmes, Shirley, Dallas 



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Huggard, Mary Thompson, Brenham 
A f\ *% f\ Hughes, June, Waco 

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rs^ Hull, Ruth, Houston 

Olsensee, George W., La Porte 
Ivey, Agnes Jean, Nacogdoches 



Jaco, Everett Lee, Fort Worth 
Jacobs, Sara Pearl, Goose Creek 
Jenkins, James H., Paris 

Jenkins, Walter W., Wichita Falls 



Jennings, Walter V., Kosse 
Johnson, Jackie, Mercedes 

Johnson, Patricia Marjorie, San Antonio 
Johnston, Alfred Thrall, Austin 



Jones, Mdxine, Austin 

Judkins, Louis Franklin, Laredo 
Kain, Eileen, Denison 

Kenley, Mary Lee, Austin 



Kent, Virginia, Dallas 
Key, Julian, Port Arthur 

Kiker, George G., Colorado 
Kilgore, Joe Madison, Mission 



Killen, Cortez Smokey, El Paso 
Knape, C. Stanley, Austin 
Knight, Jack, Beeville 
Kothmann, Helen, Mason 



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Langham, Loucille Grace, Mission 
LaRue, Frances, Fort Worth 

Leatherman, Anne Lois, Austin 



Lentz, Margaret Jane, San Antonio 
Leveridge, Aubrey, East Bernard 
Lightfoot, Ruben Patton, Austin 
Lipoff, Juliette, Port Arthur 



Lipscomb, Sally, Bonham 

Lloyd, Roger Milton, Washington, D. C. 
Lochridge, Martha, Austin 
Long, Cy, Jr., Vernon 



Loper, Joe, Port Arthur 

Lyie, Dorothea Louise, Wichita Falls 
Lynn, Lady Cleo, Austin 

Lyon, Robert G., Jr., Cameron 



McCance, Doris Gail, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 
McCarter, Robert Ray, Arlington 

McCutchan, James DeLoache, Fort Worth 
McDermott, Edward James, Houston 



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McKenzie, Christine, San Antonio 
McKimmey, Mary Louise, Gustine 
McLim, Lute Michael, Austin 
Mdberry, Dallie, Gilmer 



Machies, Fannie, Galveston 

Mdckey, Catherine, Gladewater 
Mackey, Louise, Gladewater 

Mdckey, Wilma, Tulsa, Oklahoma 



Makeig, Anne Louise, Amarillo 
Mallory, Carol L., Winnsboro 
Martin, Howard N., Livingston 
Martin, Janette, Houston 



Martinez, Arnulfo S., Rio Grande City 
Mathids, Rosemary, Dallas 
Mathis, Jack, Longview 

Matthews, Bessie Lou, Crosbyton 



Melton, Cathryne Grace, Pharr 
Melton, Ernestine, Texarkana 
Metzger, Cecelia Jane, Dallas 

Middlebrook, Francis Morgan Whitney 



Montgomery, James A., San Angelo 
Moore, Velma Gene, Vernon 
Moore, Virginia, Navasota 
Moreland, Nancey, Houston 



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Morse, Norma, Jennings, Louisiana 
Moses, Florence N., San Antonio 
Mowers, Peggy Lynn, San Antonio 
Munoz, Reynaldo, Brownsville 



Neel, Fredric Thomas, Menard 
Nichols, Robert A., Clarendon 
Niebuhr, Waldo, Brenham 

Nielsen, Heartha, San Antonio 



O'Keefe, Joe Pat, Panhandle 
Osburn, Claude B., Jr., Abilene 
Pace, J. Blair, Safford, Arizona 
Palmquist, Ruby Anna, Austin 



Papacek, Arnold Rudolph, Moulton 
Parker, Matt W., Carthage 
Parr, Gena, Alpine 

Parton, Virginia, Pampa 



?'- Payne, Harry Edward, Waco 

Peeler, Edward Wilson, Palestine 

1^4^^ Pennebaker, Eugene S., Jr., New Orleans, La. 

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Q^ Pinson, Rebecca Elizabeth, Corpus Christi 

OPope, Ruth, Mount Pleasant 
Pullen, Aliene, Goose Creek 



Ramirez, Enrique C, Realitos 
Raney, Olive, Houston 

Ransom, Mary Charlotte, Arlington 
Rape, Jack, hHouston 



Renfro, Nancy Louise, Brownwood ' 
Richards, Wilson Lawson, Mineral Wells 
Richardson, Donald Robert, Canadian 
Richey, Jeanne, San Antonio 



Ripple, Beatrice Frances, Bellville 
Roberts, John Clarke, San Antonio 
Rosenthal, Minette Adele, Tyler 
Rubin, Miriam, Amarillo 



Runyon, Virginia, Brownsville 
Russ, Ann, Albany 

Russell, Lillian Lucylle, Austin 

Sada, Roberto G., Jr., Monterrey, Mexico 



Sample, Mary Rose, Galveston 

Schmidt, Margarete Lina Louise, Fredericksburg 
Schow, Doris Dell, Austin 
Schultz, Roy H, Taft 




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Schwartz, Amy Lorraine, Schulenburg 
Schwartz, FHerbert Mathias, El Paso 
Segal, Irene h^elen, Port Arthur 
Settle, James Bristol, Cross Plains 



Sheppard, Bess, Dallas 

Shipman, Virginia, Bartlesville, Oklahoma 
Short, Fred Ernest, Amarillo 
Siebert, Wendell T., Eastland 



Simms, Lillian, Port Arthur 
Skoog, Carl Forrest, Llano 
Smith, Dorothy, Placid 

Smith, h^enry FHerman, Amarillo 



Smith, Margaret Lee, Mount Vernon 
Smith, Ray, Jr., Mineral Wells 

Smith, Robert Nelson, Jr., Mission 
Smith, Virginia Gayle, San Angelo 



Snyder, Roy Edwin, Fort Worth 
Spindler, F. MacDonald, Brazoria 
Stahl, Celia Rauma, Gonzales 

Stamm, Aurelita, Rayne, Louisiana 



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Stamm, Eliska, Rayne, Louisiana 
Stathakos, James Frank, Dallas 

Steinkamp, Ruth Christine, Little Rock, Arkansas 
Stevens, Frank Wilson, Angleton 



Stoner, Michael Lowery, Laguna 
Stuart, Ruth Lee, Lamesa 

Studer, Oris Hope, Round Rock 
Summers, E. T., Cuero 



Swift, Jane, Cleburne 

Taylor, Agnes Ruth, Baytown 
Taylor, Barbee, Arlington 

Tedford, Charles Calvin, Jr., Aransas Pass 



Terrel, Coeta, Darrouzett 
Thompson, Doll, Lufkin 
Toma, John E., Austin 

Touchtone, Maydell, Teague 



Travis, Robert H., San Antonio 
Tripp, Bob Evers, Corsicana 
Tuohy, John D., Fort Worth 

Vincent, Vern FH., Rectot, Arkansas 



Vrana, William, Schulenburg 
Walser, Bill Duke, Austin 

Watkins, Walter Charles, Amarillo 
Weaver, Sarah Louise, Donna 



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Webb, Lois Emma, Beaumont 

Weinert, Margaret Marie, Brownsville 
Weir, Winifred, Malakoff 



Wellborne, LeRoy, San Angelo 

West, Maurice, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin 
Williams, Glenn, Lockhart 
Williams, Sara, Dallas 



Wilson, William Walter, Fort Worth 
Winkler, Johanna Thusnelda, Austin 
Witherspoon, Nancy, Weatherford 
Witt, Mary, Texarkana 



Woodruff, FHelen, F^ouston 
Woods,' Ruth, M., Devine 

Woody, Helene Priscilla, Pharr 
Word, Ola Mae, Palestine 



Wright, Constance, Mulvane, Kansas 
Yantis, Ellen, Brownwood 

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Adele Neely, Oranse Jackets, Alpha Lambda 
Delta. 

Jetty DeLong, Sweetheart nominee. 
Alice Keith, Ownooch, Phi Phi pledge. 

Tom Beasley, University correspondent for the 
Austin Statesman. 

Thomas U. Taylor II, editor of administration 
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Margaret Smith, NUTT, Kappa Kappa Gamma. 
Frank Lee, co-editor of the publications section 



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First row: Abbott, Frank, Houston; Aberson, Albert Doran, Ennis; Abshire, Robert Vincent, Austin,- 

Adams, Ruth, Tulsa, Oklahoma,- Alcorn, James Munrex, Dallas,- Alexander, Mavis Elise, 
FHearne; Alexander, Neil K., Nocona; Allen, Charles H., lago,- Anderson, Marjorie G., 
Tulsa, Oklahoma; Arnold, E. D., Jr., Beaumont. 



Second row: Ault, Mary Maxine, San Antonio; Aycock, John Cleveland, Trinity; Ayers, Alton 
Carter, Corpus Christi; Bailey, Jane D., Dallas; Ballerstedt, Louise FHilma, Elgin; Barnett, 
Dalthit, Teague; Barney, Robert Owen, Ennis; Barr, Nell White, Beaumont; Blundell, 
Mary Lewis, Lockhart; Bock, Mary Frances, Sealy. 



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Bowden, Andy James, Weatherford; Breaux, Fred R., Houston; Briggs, Melton Lee, 
Lampasas; Brokaw, Barbara, Del Rio; Brown, Charles O., San Antonio; Brown, Frank 
Ross, Houston; Brown, Leon Dancy, Jr., Houston; Brown, Marian, Houston; Brown, 
Marion M., Mexia; Brown, Robert G., Carthage. 



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Browne, Barbara, San Antonio; Brownlee, Mary B., Austin; Burda, Edith Eleanor, San 
Antonio; Byrom, Fay, Gatesville; Cage, Frank, Austin; Callaway, Merle Elizabeth, 
Temple; Carroll, Jack Ray, Midland; Cavin, Eugene Hagood, Galveston; Church, William 
C, Jr., San Antonio; Clark, Kenneth, Austin. 

Coan, Margaret, Fort Davis; Coats, Jayne, San Antonio; Cochran, Irad McGrady, Fort 
Worth; Coffey, C W., Austin; Cook, Charles R., Del Rio; Gotten, James M., Weather- 
ford; Crawford, Nellie James, Fort Worth; Cunningham, Ida Mae, Navasota; Grume, 
Buster L., Farwell; Daniels, Virginia Ann, Fort Worth; Dannelly, Frank, Jefferson. 

Darby, Lorene, Beeville; Davis, Hilton Kunze, Dallas; DeGolyei, Cecilia Jeanne, Dallas; 
DeLafosse, Amanda, Aliaany; Delavan, George W., San Antonio; del Monte, Leonard, 
Jr., Habana, Cuba; Deputy, Hazel Ross, Brownsville; Dewhurst, David, San Antonio; 
Dolph, Jack C, Dallas; Domler, Kathleen Powell, Galveston; Dunning, Suzanne, Gonzales. 

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Dusek, Otto Louis, Rosenberg,- Earney, William Harvey, Lubbock,- Engle, Janet Louise, First row: 
Corpus Christi,- Evans, Christine, Galveston,- Faulkner, Marianna, Austin,- Files, John T., 
Itasca,- Finch, Anne, Austin,- Fleming, Rowena Frances, Austin,- Fletcher, Mary Frances, 
Fort worth; Fortson, Carolynn, Fort Worth. 

Foxhall, FHarold B., Memphis,- Freedman, Elaine, Shreveport, Louisiana,- French, Edith, Second rov^: 
Roswell, New Mexico; Fromme, Dolores, Goliad; Frye, Valdena, Alamogordo^ New 
Mexico; Gaines, Tom, F-|ouston; Gallagher, Maxine, Cisco; Gant, Lloyd, Austin; Gilbert, 
Jessonda Reba, Fort Worth; Gilmore, Charles James, Luling. 

Ginsberg, Estha Lee, Athens; Glover, Maude Alice, Dallas; Goldmann, Juanita, Austin; Third row: 
Goldsmith, C. A., Midland; Gordon, Gwendolyn, Coleman; Graves, Jack, Uvalde; 
Gray, Martha Alice, F^earne; Grayson, Laurabeth, Marquez; Greer, Loretta Mae, Sand 
Springs, Oklahoma; Gregg, Gene, Rusk. 

Grissom, Ben Reuben, Lufkin; Grove, Donald Wayne, Birch Tree, Missouri; Gustine, Fourth row: 
Mary Ann, FHouston; Guyer, LaMert R., Dallas; FHall, Mary Helen, h-lico; FHamlett, Laurin 
Edwin, Dallas; FHarris, Martha, F^ouston; FHarris, Morris Ray, Tuleta; FHarrison, Raymond 
Claud, Wharton; FHartsField, James L., Jr., Ouitman. 

Haydon, Jeanne Louise, Texarkana, Arkansas; FHeath, Lafayette, Rosebud; FHendrix, Fifth row: 
Philip Loren, Dallas; FHerndon, Madeline Fay, Bastrop; Herod, Mary Louise, Atlanta, 
Georgia; Herzik, Dolly Pearl, LaGrange; Hightower, Charles Counce, Hattiesburg, 
Mississippi; Hightower, Jacqueline, Austin; Hill, L. C, Wellington; fHodge, Roger 
Weldon, Del Rio; Holcomb, Marcella, El Campo. 

Hollingsworth, Robert, Pleasanton; Hopkins, Louise, Dallas; Howard, G. B., Grapevine; Sixth row: 
Howard, Kathleen, Corpus Christi; Huckabay, W. B., Dallas; Huff, Helen, Mason; Ivy, 
Edwin Randolph, Waco; Jackson, Irene, Kerrville; Jackson, Randall C, Baird; Jacobs, 
Helen, Dallas; James, Mildred, Tyler. 

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First row: Johnson, Jane Marie, Midland,- Jones, Harold Quenton, Hamilton,- Kaplan, Dorothy, 

Houston,- Keefe, Doris, San Antonio; Kenley, David C, Lufkin,- Kepple, Mary Margaret, 
Fort Worth; Kerr, Harriet Virginia, Corsicana; Kilgore, Will H., Mission,- Kinman, Guy 
Malcolm, Jr., San Antonio; Knight, Thomas, Hillsboro. 

Second row: Koehler, Lee Simmons, Galveston; Kraege, Carter, Yorktown; Kreisle, Peggy, Austin; 
Kubecka, Louis D., Buckholts; Kugle, W. V., Jr., Port Arthur; Kuhn, Mary Lucille, Galves- 
ton; Laakso, Robert, Los Fresnos; Ladd, Catherine Ann, Fort Worth; Lake, W. E., Jr., 
Marshall; Lawhon, Doris, Beaumont. 

Third row: Layton, Mrs. Dorothy, Muskogee, Oklahoma; Leaton, Lily Mae, Cleburne; Lewis, 
McKinley Clayton, Hot Springs, Arkansas; Ligon, Eloise Margaret, Eastland; Lindhorn, 
Paul Harry, Jr., Brownsville; Linn, Mary E., Fort Worth; Locke, Peggy, San Antonio; 
Lockwood, Charles Thomas, Brownwood; Loughborough, Tita, San Antonio; Lucker, 
Virginia, Fort Worth. 

Fourth row: Lundell, Virgil Vern, San Antonio; McAnelly, Pauline, Yancey; McBride, Guy Thornton, 
Jr., Boling; McCarty, Mary Doris, Cleburne; McConnico, Mary, Port Lavaca; McDaniel, 
Freddie, Archer City; McElroy, John E., Waxahachie; McGahey, Fred, Pampa; McLean, 
William, W., El Paso; McNew, Robert H., Jr., Marshall. 

Fifth row: McQuain, Charles Ewell, Big Spring; McQuiston, D. L., San Antonio; McReynolds, 

Doris, Port Arthur; Macdonald, Etta Mae, Houston; Mahuron, Jane, Amarillo; Malik, 
Rudolf, Dallas; Mangum, Dorothy Maye, Austin; Marshall, Dolly Signora, Beaumont; 
Mayer, Claire Louise, Austin; Merkt, Ernest E., Nocona; Merritt, Milton Marie, Hondo. 

Sixth row: Meyer, Hugh, Hondo; Middlebrook, Mrs. F. M., Burton; Millican, Ruth A., San Saba; 
Mills, James Owen, Sonora; Minter, Robert Lee, Fort Worth; Morgan, Marjory Lenore, 
San Angelo; Morris, Dwight Luther, Lamesa; Morris, William Clinton, Port Arthur; 
Morris, William Yoakum, Karnes City; Moss, Charles H., Llano; Murphy, Georgette 
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Murray, Mavis Virginia, Austin,- Murray, William, Jr., El Paso; Nash, Mary, Austin,- First row: 
Nasworthy, Mark Henry, San Angelo,- Naumann, Henry Jack, Smithville,- Naumann, 
Mary Louise, Smithville; Neely, Adele Nell, Dallas; Neiser, Joseph Bert, Miami Beach, 
Florida; Nicholas, Arthur T., Plano; Norris, Ronald, La Porte. 

Norsworthy, Hyman Randolph, Groveton; North, Helen, Dallas; Oeding, Virginia, San Second row: 
Antonio; Ormsby, George, Alvin; Osterwalder, Olivette, Houston; Owen, Janice, 
Malakoff; Pace, Edwin Lancaster, Marshall; Parker, S. Mitchell, Olmito; Patton, Dorothy 
Helen, San Antonio; Patton, Jean, San Antonio. 

Pemberton, Ada, Houston; Perkins, Judith, El Paso; Peters, Amos, Jr., Taylor; Pierce, Third row: 
Katherine, Marshall; Pittman, Anne Myrtle, Beaumont; Platter, H. Lingo, Jr., Austin; 
Plowes, Maclovia Zamora, Mexico City, Mexico,- Plowes, Stella, Mexico City, Mexico; 
Potter, Claude Lee, Jr., Beaumont; Provine, Joe F., Van Horn. 

Purl, Fred Wallace, Georgetown; Putnam, Betty, Houston; Rainey, Virginia Dupree, Fourth row: 
Bonham; Randle, James, Hillsboro; Ratliff, Ina Anne, Austin; Real, Huldah Margaret, 
Kerrville; Redburn, Robert H., San Antonio; Richardson, Dorothy Pearl, Houston; 
Richardson, George, Dallas; Robbins, Margaret, Houston. 

Rogers, Jack Alson, Topsham, Maine; Ross^ Helen, Port Arthur; Rowe, Emmett Holland, Fifth row: 
Lockport, Illinois; Rushing, Wilma Persis, Center; Ryals, Bessie Katherine, Dallas; Salinas, 
Nella, Laredo; Sanders, Homer S., Jr., Silverton; Saunders, John Dickson, Frankston; 
Sawyer, Wesley Eric, Sonora; Schroeder, Clarence Charles, San Antonio. 

Schultze, Adele Maree, San Antonio; Schwarz, George, Mexico City, Mexico; Sco- Sixth row: 
field, Mary Katherine, Austin; Scoggin, A. L., Taylor; Seamans, Douglas Campbell, Chester; 
Seamans, Lynn, Chester; Seely, Phoebe Jane, Dallas; Selber, Jo Anne, Shreveport, 
Louisiana; Self, Louise Marie, Austin; Shelton, Earl, Austin; Shiffer, Faye E., Dallas. 

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First row: Shirley, Everett Lee, Fort Worth; Sieker, Courtney Gay, Kerrville; Silverman, Fred Nat, 

New York, New York; Simkins, Evelyn, Dallas; Small, Elliott Eldred, Dallas; Smith, Alice 
Lorraine, Dallas; Smith, Elaine, Hillsboro; Smith, FHerbert Randolph, Palestine; Smith, 
John David, Terrell; Smith, Junious Emmett, Dallas. 

Second row: Smith, W. C, Odessa; Spore, Virginia Valentine, Austin,- Stewart, William Curtis, Jr., 
Electra; Stone, Alpha Mae, Amarillo; Storm, Evelyn, Amarillo; Sutton, Robert W., 
Woodville; Taylor, Alva R., Vernon; Tenison, Auban Adell, FHouston; Thames, James 
Pendleton, Beaumont; Thomas, Hughes, Austin. 



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Thompson, Patricia, Tulsa, Oklahoma; Thomson, ^^elen Adele, Ballinger; Thornton, 
P. D., Mount Pleasant; Tinsley, Mrs. Evelyn, Jefferson; Tinsley, John, Jefferson; Tipton, 
F. Earl, Wichita, Kansas; Tumlinson, Joseph Emanuel, Lampasas; Tunks, Bert h^., Austin; 
Ulbrich, Fern Doyle, FHondo; Vaughan, James, F^illsboro. 



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Mexico; VonThaden, Julius, Mexico City, Mexico; Votaw, Diana, Dallas; Walker, 
James Earl, Lubbock; Walton, Worth, Fort Worth; Washington, Wilbur Maxwell, 
Brownsville; Watts, Marguerite, Silsbee; Weaver, Bruce, Austin. 

Fifth row: Weaver, Donna De, Rogers; Webb, Margaret A., Galveston; Webb, Mildred, Austin; 

Weber, FHelmeth Carl, Port Arthur; Wells, Laura A., San Antonio; Wheat, Ruth, Wood- 
ville; White, Carl Michael, Port Arthur; Whittenburg, Bonne Rhea, Canyon; Whitten- 
burg, Ross E., McAllen; Wilborn, Alice Orene, Austin. 



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Wilkes, Lowell L., FHubbard; Williams, David, Minden, Louisiana; Williams, Frank Clair, 
Jr., Los Fresnos; Williams, J. Bland, FHouston; Willis, Joe h^elen, Ennis; Wilson, Thomas 
Allen, Cisco; Wise, George E., h^ouston; Wise, Roy L., Abilene; Wood, Inez, Austin; 
Wright, Roberta Opal, Katy; Young, Lady lona, Roscoe. 

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oF democracy. ... It is the only dictator 
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Billy Steele, Treasurer of Pfii Eta Sigma, Pfii Gart 
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Aanes, Amy Harriet, Red Wing, Minnesota,- Adams, Bonnie, Wheeler; Aderman, Billie, 
Houston; Adsit, Ann, Tuisa, Oklahoma; Albrecht, Ruby Mae, LaGrange; Alexander, 
Margaret Sealy, Austin; Alley, Amos, Jr., San Antonio; Alworth, Berenice Constance, 
Laredo; Apperson, W. J., Jr., Pharr; Archer, Carl Marion, Spearman. 



Second row: Arlitt, Clara Louise, San Antonio; Armstrong, John B., Armstrong; Ashley, Virginia 
Mae, Dallas; Bachtel, Margaret Ellen, San Antonio; Baldwin, Judith Mary, Beaumont; 
Ball, Dorothy, Houston; Barker, Ruth Ellen, Henrietta; Barnes, Maureen, Jacksonville; 
Barnett, Lawrence, league; Battle, Don, Dallas. 

Third row: Beall, Edith Louise, Eagle Pass; Bell, Edith Arundel, Dallas; Benn, George A., Webster; 
Berdichevsky, Hope, Mexico City, Mexico; Berman, Betty Jane, Henryetta, Oklahoma; 
Berman, Helen Anne, Henryetta, Oklahoma; Billingsley, Clifton, Jefferson; Bishop, 
Jack, Gorman; Blackmar, Maxine, Roswell, New Mexico; Blankenship, Henry, Mineola. 

Fourth row: Blue, Gloria Dawn, San Antonio; Bodine, Vada Lucille, Colorado; Bond, Frances 
Corinne, Austin; Bowman, Joyce, Houston; Bownds, Betty Sue, Utopia; Bradford, 
Norma, Menard; Braly, Ruby Nelle, McCamey; Branham, Virginia, Houston; Bransford, 
Sara Scott, Fort Worth; Braselton, Mary Louise, Greenville. 

Fifth row: Brent, Virginia, Bonharn; Brill, Paul, Patchogue, Long Island, New York; Brooks, Johnnie 

Mae, Bertram; Brown, Evelyne, Austin; Brown, Frances Knoble, Orange; Brubeck, Mara- 
jean, Natalia; Bryant, Margaret Mary, Austin; Buchner, Dixie Ruth, Spearman; Bucking- 
ham, William, Detroit, Michigan; Buckner, Virginia Wilson, New Orleans, Louisiana. 

Sixth row: Burchard, Margaret, Gonzales; Burger, Billie, Amarillo; Burkett, Dorothy Jean, San 

Antonio; Campbell, Helen Elizabeth, Houston; Cannon, George J., Jr^ Whittenburg; 

Carter, Arminta Mary, Austin; Cathe);, Evelyn, Sweetwater; Cave, Sara, Houston; 

Celis, Gloria, Mexico City, Mexico; Cessna, Lois Joanna, Liberty; Chase, Milton L., 

Arroyo Seco, New Mexico. 

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Chiles, Jack Tarver, Laredo,- Chilton, Jean Marie, hlouston,- Chittim, Atlee, San Antonio; First row: 
Clapp, Kathryn Virginia, El Campo; Clark, Dick, Waco,- Clark, I. E., Schulenburg,- Clark, 
Jeanne, Houston,- Cline, Felice Mozelle, Victoria,- Cochran, Edith, San Antonio,- Cochran, 
F. B., Jr., Corpus Christi. 

Colwell, Leslie C, Austin,- Cone, Elbert Smith, Brownwood,- Cook, James Coleman, Second row: 
Austin; Countz, Charles Wayne, Los Fresnos,- Crews, Helen Louise, Tivoli; Crouch, James 
C, Dallas; Darnell, Fred G., Plano; Daugherty, George Ferrel, Killeen; David, Jeanette, 
Dallas; Davis, Gilbert A., Eliasville. 

Dawson, Townes Loring, Seagoville; Dean, Ben J., Jr., Breckenridge; Delgado-Vega, Third row: 
Vincente, Ciudad Madero, Tamaulipas, Mexico; Denena, Minnie, Bryan; Denman, Mary 
Ann, Mount Pleasant; Dennard, Norris, Henderson; Deshotels, Dorothy Lois, Newgulf; 
Diebel, Clark, Berclair; Dodson, Pattie May, Woodsboro; Duckworth, Frances Lee, Post. 

Dunklin, Elwood Finley, Henderson; East, Agnes, Austin; Eastland, Orville Newell, Fourth row: 
Corpus Christi; Eddleman, Faegene, San Angelo; Edgar, Henry Edward, San Antonio; 
Ediing, Manuel James, Dallas; Ehlers, Jane Marie, Vorktown; Elliott, Jean, Austin; Ellis, 
David, Blackwell; Ellis, Nina Ruth, Waco. 

Ellison, Alfred, Jr., Austin; Elmore, John R., Jr., Shepherd; Engeike, Louis Benno, Galves- Fifth row: 
ton; Escott, John Hampton, Austin; Etheridge, Kenneth A., Conroe; Evans, Huntice Velie, 
Goliad; Ewing, Catharin, Robstown; Farrow, Marjorie, Houston; Fife, Margaret, Sweet- 
water; Fisher, Margaret, Harlingen. 

Fitzgerald, Elsie Floreine^ Mont Belvieu; Flood, Nicholas, III, Waco; Flournoy, Thomas Sixth row: 
Roy, Sour Lake; Foster, Claire, Houston; Eraser, Loraine, Galveston; Frazier, OIlie Ruth, 
Burnet; Friedman, Irving Louis, Henderson; Gager, Mortimer, D., Jr., Port Arthur; Garcia, 
Mary Angela, Mercedes; Gay, Nan Lee, Coleman. 

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Gensberg, Rose, Sweetwater; Gillespie, Vivian Sarratt, Fort Warren, Wyoming,- Girdley, 
B. C, Jr., Midland; Gohmert, Dorothy, Cameron; Graham, Gloria Anna, Dallas; Gras, 
Dora, Yorktown; Gratzel, Alvin FHarold, Dallas; Green, John Forrest, Jr., Hamlin; 
Gregory, Geneva Hazel, Mexia; Gregory, Lorna Rae, league. 



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Second row: Griggs, Mary Virginia, Houston; Grisham, Dortha, Hamilton; Grisham, Margurette Ann, 
Hamilton; Groesbeck, Douglas, Austin; Grounds, Dorothy Lee, Houston; Grubbs, 
Margrette Zuleika, Dallas; Guerra, Abelardo, Jr., Monterrey, Mexico; Guidera, Jo 
Carolyn, Randolph Field; Gunn, Carolyn, Houston; Haidusek, Irene, West. 

Third row: Hall, Bernice, Austin; Haney, Richard Paul, Austin; Hansen, Gerald J., Racine, Wiscon- 
sin; Hanson, Hugh Henderson, Pittsburg; Hare, George, Childress; Hargrove, Cecil 
Bryant, Houston; Harris, Frances Pearl, Austin; Harris, Harold Joseph, Alice; Harvey, 
Jack R., LittleField; Heiskeli, Virginia, Dallas. 

Fourth row: Henshaw, Eriene, Houston; Herber, Sylvia, Runge; Hill, Jeraldine, Dallas; Hill, Katherine 
Elizabeth, Austin; Hinkle, John, Liberty, Missouri; Hodges, Grace, Gatun, Canal Zone; 
Hodson^ Jack, Houston; Hollman, Clarice, Sao Paulo, Brazil; Holmes, Elsie Elliott, 
Vazoo City, Mississippi; Holmes, Sara, Corsicana. 



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Fifth row: Hooks, Dolores, Houston; Horany, Jimmy Phillip, Archer City; Houchins, Lynda Lea, 

Houston; Howard, Helen, Devine; Hudson, Helen Guy, Yorktown; Huntington, Mary 
Ruth, Rosenberg; Hutchins, Teresa Jane, Dallas; Hutter, Alice, Austin; Use, Edna 
Barbara, Sabinal; Inzer, William R., Ashville, Alabama. 

Sixth row: Irwin, Elmer Franklin, Jr., Kilgore; Isbell, D. Jack, Houston; Ivey, Catherine, Elgin; 

Jacobsen, Albert, Chicago, Illinois; Jamison, Dorothy Glenn, Pleasanton; Jeffries, 
Claudine La Vone, Pampa; Jelks, Oliver Robinson, Jr., Valley Mills; John, Jeanne, 
Galveston; Johnsen, Marjorie, Dallas; Johnson, Charlotte Rose, Flatonia. 

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Johnson, Mollye, Dallas,- Johnston, Richard W., Graham,- Jones, Barbara, Houston,- Jones, First row: 
George Wendell, Taft,- Justice, William Wayne, Athens,- Kasch, Norma, Austin,- Keeton 
Mary Alice, Bonham; Kelly, Zelphia Alice, Dallas,- Kennelly, Jessie Mae, Rosenberg; 
Kidd, Winnelie, Cameron. 

King, Kenneth Ray, San Antonio,- Kinslow, Charles W., Memphis,- Kirkpatrick, Anita, Second row: 
Santa Anna,- Kirkpatrick, Van Evers, Austin,- Kisten, Connie, Houston,- Kliewer, Donald, 
Longview; Knaggs, Fredna, Cotulla; Ladner, Janie A., Nordheim,- LaGrone, J. Wilson, 
Austin; Langfeldt, Lorinda Katherine, Austin. 

Leachman, Margaret, Dallas,- Leahy, Doris, Houston; Ledbetter, Georgia Elizabeth, Third row: 
Dallas,- Lee, Eugenia S., McGregor,- Lee, Mary Alice, Houston; Lee, Mar/ Anne, Grand 
Saline; Leisering, Fred Albert, Austin; Levy, Dorothy, Galveston; Levy, Marjorie Jean, 
Waco; Levy, Maxine Beatrice, Austin. 

Lewis, Charles William, Borger; Lewis, Don R., Paris; LightFoot, Malcolm, San Antonio; Fourth row: 
Linden, Margueritte Patrea, San Antonio; Lindley, Norma Lillian, Houston; Lipscomb, 
Elizabeth Gale, Bonham; Little, Dorothy Grace, Dublin; Lively, Eloise, Rogers; Long, 
Cathryn Louise, Bay City; Long, Robert A., Dallas. 

LorFing, Ed, Kansas City, Kansas; Luckett, AlFred E., San Angelo; Lynn, Mary Pearl, Austin; FiFth row: 
McAfee, Marguerite CalFee, Port Arthur; McAndrew, Maxine, Bertram; McConnell, 
Frances, Houston; McCormick, Ray Foster, Austin; McCully, Edward Nichol, Little Rock, 
Arkansas; McGee, Nettye Cleveland, Austin; McGehee, Mary Charline, San Antonio. 

McGivney, Felix, Jr., Galveston; McKimmey, John Clyde, Gustine; McLain, Mary, Sixth row: 
Bonham; McMillan, J. Melvin, Ballinger; McReynolds, John Wilburn, Austin.- Mack, 
John H., Austin; Madero, Evaristo F.. Jr., Delicias, Mexico; Magliolo, Ursula Mary 
Elizabeth, Galveston; Mahan, Jewel, Mineral Wells; Mahan, Virginia Madeleine, Dallas. 

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Mdlone, Lawrence Lyell, Austin,- Margules, Adalie, Dallas; Marks, Myron Bergson, 
Marshall; Marshall, Alcy Lou, Corsicana; Martin, Leonard P., San Antonio; Matlage, 
Sallye Anita, Sugar Land; Mealy, George, Tulsa, Oklahoma; Melton, Ina, Hondo; Mernitz, 
Carlyn Eleanor, Tivoli; Metcalf, Hugh E., Houston. 



Second row: Metcalfe, Mary Katherine, Marfa; Metcalfe, Thomas Brooks, Elgin; Mezger, Rickie, 
Marble Falls; Migliavacca, Albina, Galveston; Miller, Mary Ernestine, Rock Springs; 
Mitchell, Mary Myles, Austin; Mladenka, C. V., Jr., Houston; Montgomery, Jo Beth, 
Cuero; Moore, John Williamson, Brenham; Moore, May, Navasota. 



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Moore, Nancy, Aransas Pass; Morris, Eugenia, Houston; Morrow, Belle Elizabeth, 
Houston; Moss, Clellen Gaston, Mineral wells; Moss, Mary Lea, Llano; Muehlbrad, 
Erna Mae, Beasley; Musgrave, Dorothy, San Antonio; Neely, L. G., f^ort Worth; Newton, 
Eldon Charles, Austin; Newton, Perry, Fort Worth. 



Fourth row: Ney, Edmund Francis, Hondo; Nichols, Reba June, Clarendon; Nitschke, Alice Ann, 
Austin; Noonan, Martin O'Connor, Hondo; Norfleet, Ama, Shreveport, Louisiana; 
Notley, Mary, Teague; O'Leary, Patricia, San Antonio; Odem, Mary Elizabeth, Sinton; 
Oliver, Gene, Deport; Ormsbee, Louise, El Paso. 



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Orr, Charles J., Wichita Falls; Ostrum, Wilbur, Russell, Kansas; Oualline, Judd Hamner, 
Conroe; Nussbaum, Beverly, Houston; Palmer, Jean, Normangee; Parker, L. B., Little 
Rock, Arkansas; Parkhill, Lee Alice, Llano; Passur, Helen, Crane; Patterson, A. W., 
Dallas; Peak, Adele K., Dallas. 

Percy, Charles S., Bertram,- Peters, Hazel, Schulenberg; Phillips, Ruth, Orange; Poetter, 
Mary Helen, Cuero; Polk, Judith Christian, Corsicana; Porter, Dorothy Jane, Bangs; 
Pratt, John Ardemore, Dallas; Preston, Wayne, Kirkland; Rabel, Hylda Merle, Weimar; 
Rabon, Jack, Luling. 

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Rdtliff, Dorothy Fae, Fort Worth; Ray, Joy, Del RiO; Reich, Harriet, Sweetwater,- Reid, First row: 
Catherine Alden, Goose Creek; Rich, George Lowell, Austin; Ries, Mary Sue, San 
Antonio; Riskind, Rosella, Eagle Pass; Roberts, Howard Franklin, Houston; Rogge, Clifton 
F., Abilene; Rolle, Helen Margaret, Houston. 

Roilin, Robert Elliot, San Antonio; Roos, Farley, Eagle Lake; Roquemore, LeRuth, Fort Second row: 
Worth; RosenField, Jean, Clarksville; Rosenwasser, Estelle Helen, Stamford; Ross, Betsy, 
League City; Russell, Betsy B., Bonham; Russell, Jeannette Markle, Houston; Sauer, Emilita 
Victoria, Frankfort-on-the-Meine, Germany; Sauermilch, E. R., Yorktown. 

Schlafli, Katherine, Seguin; Schmalenbeck, Hildegard, Rule; Schneider, Oliver W., Third row: 
Fredericksburg; Schultz, Ida, Taylor; Schumacher, Ann, Houston; Schwartz, Beatrice, St. 
Louis, Missouri: Scott, Hazel Raney, Edna; Seigle, Gwendolyn Frances, Tyler; Shepperd, 
Willis Marie, Austin; Shipley, Mildred Louise, Austin. 

Shirley, Daisy Edith, Port Arthur; Shugart, Nancy, Garland; Simmons, Billie, Mexia; Simms, Fourth row: 
Earl Edward, Austin; Smelsey, Samuel O., San Antonio; Smith, Eddie, Midland; Smith, 
Frances Ann, Huntsville; Smith, Frank T., Port Arthur; Smith, James Dallas, Amarillo; 
Smith, Lucille, Newgulf. 

Spann, Mary Grace, Navasota; Spivey, Sue, Bonham; Stahlhut, Marjorie, Wichita, Kansas; Fifth row: 
Stalnaker, Karl, Austin; Stamm, Jocelyn, Rayne, Louisiana; Stamm, Joy, Rayne, Louisiana; 
Stanford, Mildred Marie, Lampasas; Stearns, Iris, Taylor; Steede, Vaudean, Houston; 
Stephens, Merian, Houston. 

Stephens, Pearl Elois, Mont Belvieu; Stewart, Bertha Lillian, Gatesville; Stewart, Jonell, Sixth row: 
Phillips; Stone, Charles T., Jr., Galveston; Stone, Jack Porter, Sudan; Stork, Esther C, 
Austin; Strieber, Jessie Edwin, Yorktown; Strum, Irving, Jamaica, New York; Sturgeon, 
Jessie J., Mission; Suehs, Ruth Lorraine, Austin. 

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Svdcek, Joseph F., Jr., West; Synnott, Donald Lee, Alief; Tally, Carolyn, Austin; Tanner, 
Robert William, Midland; Tate, Evelyn, Henderson; Taylor, Dayton Reed, Bertram; 
Taylor, Ella, San Antonio; Taylor, Kerns, Austin; Thokey, James, Union City, Indiana; 
Thomas, Martha, Post. 



Second row: Thomas, Robert W., Gatesville; Thompson, Florence, Dallas; Thorn, Leslie Duron, Big 
Lake; Tignor, Beryl, Pampa; Tignor, Margaret, Pampa; Timmons, Gordon David, Elbert; 
Tipton, William Leroy, Conroe; Tomison, Nellie, Belton; Townes, Dorothy, Houston; 
Uhde, Richard Alden, Kennett Square, Pennsylvania. 



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Underwood, Dorothy, East] St. Louis, Illinois; Vaughan, Virginia Frances, Houston; 
Voorhies, Mary V., Dallas; Wadley, Marjorie, San Antonio,- Wager, Dorothy Jean, 
Jennings, Louisiana; Walk, Joe Decker, Sherman; Walker, Edith, Houston; Walker, 
Susan Shelton, Leander; Wall, John Henry, Dallas; Walton, Wahnez, San Antonio. 



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Miriam, El Paso; Whitaker, Jeanne, Garland; Whites, Vivian, Cameron; Whitmire, Joe 
Ann, Ganado; Willis, Birdie Kathryn, Livingston; Wilson, Anale, Del Rio; Wilson, Ray 
Carson, Higgins. 



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row: Wimberley, Jimmie Alonzo, Dallas; Wolff, Richard Everett, Westfield, Massachusetts; 

Womack, J. F., Houston; Wood, Edwin R., Conroe; Wood, Martha Jane, Austin; Wood, 
Ray Pearl, Houston; Wood, Rubie Ineta, Austin; Woodson, James, Fort Worth; Wright, 
Dorothy, Austin; Zigler, Barbara, Kilgore. 

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Edward G. Eisenlohr's technique is at all times 
interesting. He works in oils, using broad brush strokes, 
or palette knife in bold handling, with water colors, 
lithograph or lead pencil. His mechanical genius 
makes possible an interpretation of his emotion, free- 
dom, arui idealism. He studied art under Frank Reaugh 
and R. ]. Onderdonk, and later in New York and in 
Europe. He now sper\ds much time in the art colonies in 
Taos and Santa Fe. His colorful landscapes show an 
insight into art and life, as well as an educated harui. 
"Eisenlohr gives to painting a true national expression, 
indigenous in siAject. His style is peculiarly his own, 
imaginative yet compelling, varying in moods, >et con- 
vincing." He lives in Dallas. This painting is used 
through the courtesy of the Texas Federation of Women 's 
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Paul J. Thompson 



J. B. Wharey 



J. Anderson Fitzgerald 



Jake Pickle, 
President 




George Chamberlain 



Ed Syers 



Bob Engelking 



Ben Powell 



Bill Woods 



Jake Pickle 



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The University of Texas has the distinction of being one 
of the first institutions of higher learning in the United States 
to see the need of coordinating under one head the business 
management of its pubhcations. In 1921, the Texas Student 
Publications, Inc., a non-profit corporation, was organized 
under the authority of the Students' Assembly. 

The membership of the Board of Directors consists of three 
faculty members; the editors of The Cactus, The Daily Texan, 
and the Texas Ranger,- two representatives of the Students 
Assembly, and the President of the Students' Association. 

The Board sets the policies, administers the business 
affairs, approves the budget, and has charge of the general 
management of the three student publications. It also 
appoints the director of the corporation, who serves as the 
executive officer of the organization. 

This plan of management has been used as a model by 
many other schools in setling up their publications organiza- 
tions. 



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The Director of the student pubhcations, elected by 
the Board of this corporation, serves as the executive officer 
of the organization. He, with the business staff under him, 
carries out the pohcies outhned by the Board. 

The Daily Texan, daily newspaper,- The Cactus, published 
annually,- and the Texas Ranger, magazine issued nine times 
a year, are combined under one business head. 

The staff, appointed by the director upon the recom- 
mendation of the business manager, is composed of graduate 
and undergraduate students. They carry on the duties 
incident to the business of issuing the publications. 

Included in the duties of the staff is the supervision of the 
Reference Department which contains more than forty-five 
thousand cuts and photographs. Though this department 
is maintained especially for the staff, all campus organizations 
are allowed to avail themselves of its use. 





Francis Burt 


Nan Pcarce 


Woodrow Wdlte 


Bill Mcintosh 


O. P. Whittington 


Frankie Welborn 


Ed Rodgers 


Angelina Johnapelus 


Cecil Cook 


Marvin Pierce 


Fred Heyne 


Raymond Rimmer 


Larry Cahoon 


Clyde'Sansing 


Kenneth Hart 




William L McGill, 
Director 



Burt Dyke 



Mildred Basford 



Louis Baethe 



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George Chamberlain 



The guiding idea of the 1938 Cactus has been to 
give to the students something of intrinsic value along 
with those things which are traditionally found in a 
yearbook. To achieve this end, we have presented a 
series of eight paintings by eight Texas artists whom 
we believe to be outstanding. Some fifteen men and 
women were asked to contribute to an exhibition 
held in the Architecture Building under the manage- 
ment of Samuel Gideon. From the works submitted, 
the editorial staff of the Cactus selected the paintings 
reproduced. 

We do not presume to say that these are undoubtedly 
the best of Texas artists or that the paintings reproduced 
represent the best of their work. Perhaps we have 
not been able to make the most of our opportunity to 
diffuse into the State a cross-section of the best work 
of the different schools of opinion as to what represents 
true values in painting. We leave that to others better 
equipped than ourselves. 

In short, they represent a valuable set of paintings 
plus the best four-color process reproduction of which 
Donnelly and Sons is capable. We think they are 
good; we hope that you do. 






Virgil Lundell 



Hermon Piplcin 





Al Kins 



Naomi Smith 





Lois Sdger 



Frank Lee 




Walter Mathls 



Lewis Foxhall 



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Elizabeth Niggli 



Mary V. Montsomery 



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Charles Pelel 
iJulius Seligmann 



Rex Walker 



pn Eldyss Jdrratt 




Myles Mitchell 



Tom Taylor 



Everett Shirley 

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Robert Townsend 



As to the omission of the Grind Section: 

We have Ions felt that the $26,000 allotted to The 
Cactus was for something greater than to allow the 
Editor to print near-libelous material about persons 
against whom he had some petty grievance. 

The only persons seriously disagreeing with this 
idea were a few who were determined to get publicity 
regardless of whether it is good or bad, and a 
few others who wished the Editor to rake their 
chestnuts from the fire. The money saved by omitting 
the grind paid for many pages of photographs of 
students and student activity. That money has made 
the Cactus more representative. 

The old Cactus Thorn is a thing of the past — some- 
thing that The University of Texas outgrew just as it 
did class fights and the era of bathtub gin and raccoon 
coats. 

Being able to help produce the 1938 CACTUS 
has been a privilege we appreciate and will always 
remember. In closing, we want to wish the greatest 
of success to those who will edit the book in the 
future — that they may make a better book for a gi eater 
University. 

George Chamberlain, 
Editor. 



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The Daily Texan 



At d staff meeting last May for this year's paper, more than one 
hundred reporters, deskmen, and departmental editors decided on 
the form which the paper would take. Mainly, they were concerned 
with reader interest, for the campus paper was just emerging from a 
potentially dangerous censorship. 

With the year completed and part of the Texan in archives, this 
year's staff, biggest in Texan history, can look back, with some measure 
of satisfaction, to the goal they set four months before the first fall issue. 

A more representative paper came through the medium of the 
Texan Bureau of Student Opinion, inaugurated this year, and through 
the revision of the Editorial Advisory Council revised in June. 

The Bureau of Student Opinion, a selective means of determining 
current student thought, began operating in November on a weekly 
basis. 

The Editorial Council, an advisory body, helped plan and carry out 
The Texan's three drives and served the rest of the year as a balance 
wheel. 

Much effort went into the Texan forms this year. In October, the 
paper dropped its conventional black headlines and went stream- 
lined" with new Gothic faces and a new make-up. 




Norris Davis 
Harry Quin 



Ann Eldyss Jarralt 
Bob Baskin 



Pat Daniels 
Mdvournee Fitzgerald 





James Williamson 



Bill Edmondson 





Lois Sager 



Everett Shirley 





Waldo Niebuhr 



Alice Mary Addq 





Constance Matula 



Joe Frantz 





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Bill Durndl 



Olcutt Sdnders 





Boyd Sinclair 



^rgdret Bownds 





Juliet Knight 





Rip Dodge 



Mack Robertson 




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Emory Powers 





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Joe Belden, Associate Editor 

Heavy accent was laid on pictures of student life. The Texan 
photosraphy and engraving budget was doubled, candid camera 
strips were run weekly, and a syndicated picture service was added. 

The plan to expand into the airlanes was completed, and three 
trial summer broadcasts prefaced the weekly thirty-minute Texan 
program which was supplemented in February by a nightly five- 
minute program. 

Editorially, the Texan looks back on three drives, all completed, all 
successful. In October, the paper instigated a State hHealth Inspection 
of campus eating house conditions, and secured, within a week, an 
additional Austin health inspector and more strict adherence to city 
sanitation codes. 

In November and December, the Texan instigated Phi Eta Sigma 's 
adoption of a several day orientation period for next year's freshmen. 

The^ third Texan project came with the new semester. A two 
month s drive to secure voluntary Wassermann tests for the student 
body saw installation of the tests as a routine part of the physical 
examinations for new students. 

Viewing the year's work, all the mechanical contributions, all 
editorial drives have been subsidiary to the main goal — that goal 
being to capture "reader interest. " 




Elizabeth Keeney 
Pericles Alexander 



Jim Anderson 
Dick Walts 



Vernon Rooke 
John McCully 



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Ranger 



Bob Engelking 



The Texas Ranger, one of the oldest, cussedest, and most pleasant 
of all Texas institutions, has hewn out another year of history. The 
general aim of this year's editor was to make the Ranger, as it has been 
in the past, clever, original and a humor magazine. 

The year started out with a Freshman issue, warmed up to the "Crude 
Story Burlesque, " worked A. & M. over the coals in the "A. & M. 
Game" issue, and snapped at the heels of militarism in the Christmas 
"Peace on Earth Goodwill Toward Man" issue. January saw an 
old-fashioned "Dirt" number, followed by a "Round-the-World Shot" 
and a serious Round-Up issue, with a "Sentimental" issue hot on its 
trail. The year ended with an exhausted "Goodbye to Texas Uni- 
versity" number. 

After the departure from school of Associate Editor Joe Tennant, 
Editor Bob Engelking appointed Joe James, Bill Duryea, and Joel 
Westbrook in his place. The staff of fairly steady contributors are 
indeed the cream of the earth, the acme of desirability, the Editor's 
delight. 

The Ranger is considered good-stuff in college magazine circles as is 
shown by the fact that they have begged, borrowed, or stolen jokes 
and cartoons from the local boys. 







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The Alcald( 



The Alcalde is the official publication of the Ex-Students' Associa- 
tion of The University of Texas. It has been published regularly as 
Id monthly magazine since April, 1913. The name "Alcalde" was 
sorrowed from the Spanish, and means mayor or chief. Governor 
lO. M. Roberts, who played a large part in the establishment of the 
[.University and who was a member of its first faculty, was affectionately 
lilcnown to the students as "the Old Alcalde." In December, 1895 
id student publication called the "Alcalde" made its appearance. 
|lt was described as a weekly journal for The University of Texas. 
*vfter some years, other student publications took the place of this 
first Alcalde, and the name was not used again until it was adopted 
|by the Ex-Students' Association for its official publication in 1913. 

Throughout its entire existence the Alcalde has served as the 
brinciple medium of contact between the University and that inter- 
ested and loyal group of exes which has constituted the membership 
f the Ex-Students' Association. It is definitely a news organ, 
designed to keep ex-students up-to-date on University affairs, and 
to keep them in touch with each other. An informed ex-student 
body, sympathetically awake to the needs of the University, is the 
goal the Alcalde has set for itself. 




John A. McCurdy, Secretary 
Ex-Students' Association 



Ex-Students Association Council 




Dr. Joe Gilbert, Hulon W. Black, Fred 
Adams, Tom B. Ramey 

Maxey Hart, W. H. Richardson, Ed 
Gossett, Read Cozart, Dan Harrison 

John McCurdy, Alva Carlton, Roy 
Ledbelter, Hines Baker, W. J. Park 



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from their music-making long 
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to have a dance. 

Above: left— Basil Bell and 
Constance Matula,- right — Bill 
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Walter Kerr in his very successful role as the Sheriff of Nottingham 
in the Light Opera Company's production of "Maid Marian." 

John Connally interviews Jack Guinn out front at a Curtain Club first night 
Prentice Hill, scenery designer, dares to wear a tux. 

An effective moment from Theta Sigma Phi's "Time Staggers On" — Ruth Phillips, 
dancer, in the "Gloomy Sunday" number. 



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Walter Kerr, the moving spirit of the Light 
Opera Company this year, counts tickets. 

Very blonde and very soprano, Val Jean Aldred 
has had a part in the activities of most of the campus 
musical organizations. 



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Curtain Club actors satirized nationa 
politics in "First Lady." 

Arguing a point is Jame H. Parke, Curtain Club 
director and drama professor. 

Such a busy place — the make-up room In Hogg 
Memorial shortly before curtain time. 



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Here are high spots from 
Curtain Club productions this 
season: 

"First Lady," with Katherine 
MdrshdII playing the title role, 
revealed the intrigues of national 
politics. 

"Alison's House," based on 
the life of Emily Dickinson, the 
poet, was the Curtain Club's 
experimental play. 

Returning to the spirit of 1904, 
the Curtain Club ran "The Col- 
lege Widow" for five nights. 
The program was properly em- 
bellished with entr'acte specialties 
like the women's athletic drill 
shown here. Idanell Brill had 
the title role. 



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The Curtain Club 



OFFICERS 

President John Connally 

Vice-President Prentice FHill 

Secretary Idanell Brill 

Director James Parke 

Governors 
Robert Collier Ruth Pondrom 

Mary Katherlne Scofield Katherine Marshall 

ACTIVE MEMBERS 

Charlotte Allen Robert Collier Bob McCutchin Frances Rocs 

Clint Anderson John Connally Katherine Marshall Janet Runck 

Joe Baldwin Richard Crowell Cora Dee Mings Mary Katherine Scofield 

Betty Black Sue Dodson Alice Ann Nitschke Florence Sears 

Jean Bowyer Mary Virginia Griggs Melvin Pape Bess Sheppard 

Idanell Brill Prentice Hill Ruth Pondrom Leonard Stolaroff 

Mary Rice Brogan Alma Rae Holloway James Poole Brooks West 

Elizabeth Campbell Juliet Knight Winnie Jo Ramsay Joe Whitley 

Frank Chappell Carl Lieb Cleora Rohrbough Joyce Wickline 

-I PROBATIONARY MEMBERS 

Estelle Ashton Boots Cullins Jack Huber J. Pat O'Keefe 

Jacqueline Ashton Mary Cunningham Don Jackson Tom Patterson 

Gloria Blue Anida Darst Walter Jenkins Jane Paylor 

George Bodenmiller De Wayne Davis Jewell Kilgore Jack Phillips 

Arline Bohm Cecilia De Golyer Lucile Lanqham Nash Phillips 

Mary Borden Martha Draper Frances LaRue Anna Mary Pierce 

Laura Brace Bettye Gardner Wade Lewis Elena Pirmova 

Ruby Nell Braly Margaret Gidley Varney Lieb Polly Poole 

Betty Brush Vivian Gillespie Jane Loomis Margaret Presnall 

f Larry Cahoon Cecile hiampden Lady Cleo Lynn hlortynce Rankin 

Mary Chaffin Jack Harbin Mary Pearl Lynn Jane Rice 

Edmund Clabaugh Jeanne Hayden Charline McGehee Helen Robinson 

Felice Cline Adeline Herman Carolyn Mitchell Bob Rollin 

Margaret Coan Elsie Holmes Elizabeth Mitchell Harriet Samon 

Billy Collins Jack Holmes Dwight Morris Grace Scarborough 

Joe Corbin Shirley Holmes Jim Neel Beatrice Schwartz 

Bill Grain Conde Hoskins Virginia Ceding Lea Seibel 




John Connally, 
President 



Charles Shain 
J. R. Smith 
Ada David Stephens 
Wayne Tarman 
Benson Taylor 
Myra Thibault 
Jimmie Valentine ■ 
Ealen White 
Mary Jo Whiteside 
Joe Ann Whitmire 
Ross Whittenburg 
Mar/ Jo Wicks 
Jerry Wilke 
Richard Wolff 
Helen Woodruff 



The 1937-38 season of the Curtain Club, under the direction of James FH. Parke, marked another step forward 
in carnpus dramatics. Opening its season of four major productions on November 2, 3, 4, the club presented "First 
Lady," the George Kaufman-Katharine Dayton satire on Washington social life. For its second production 
December 14, 15, 16, the club chose the Pulitzer Prizewinner, "Alison's FHouse," by Susan Glaspell. 

The third play, George Ade's "The College Widow," set a new high for attendance and set a precedent in 
campus dramatics by running five nights. For its last production on May 2, 3, 4, the club chose "Call It a Day," a 
sophisticated comedy by Dodie Smith. 

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Perry, A., Witliams, Akin, 
Yates, Rubin, Gilbert, Davis, 
Eyres, Schramm, Matula, 
Spence, Self, Dahlberg, 
Matson, Schow, R., Wood 

Woods, Schwartz, hiardcy, 
Suehs, Cranberry, Fletcher, 
Schow, D., Howard, Foit, 
Smith, Elkowitz, Slockard, 
Shiffer, Dill, Heiskell, 
Goforth, Canales, Voiers 

Miller, Dickson, Brewster, 
Scott, Lee, E., Manford, 
Steinmann, Crews, Locke, 
Hargis, Canfield, FHouston, 
Fredrich, Kastner, Heinen, 
Doeppenschmidt, Gordan, 
Griffin, Herber 

Offutt, Eagleston, Barrett, 
Fisher, R., Marshall, Krueger, 
Cooper, McKee, Lee, M., 
Gay, Bowman, Wail, Gibson, 
Hutchison, Weinert 

Weymouth, Ault, Foster, 
Perry, Fisher, M., Collins, 
Hicks, Loomis, Pier, Melton, 
Hedrick, Schumann, Webb, 
Barner, Gidley, Graves, 
Dickson 





Girls* Glee Club 



Jane Eyres, 
President 



OFFICERS 

President Jdne Eyres 

Manager Constance Matula 

Vice-President Barbara F^ull 

Assistant-Manager Lillian Yates 

Historian Dorothy Matson 

Accompanist Miriam Rubin 

Director Gilbert Schramm 

Sponsor Dorothy Gebauer 



FIRST SOPRANO 



MEMBERS 



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Mildred Austin 
Elizabeth Braden 
Elizabeth Canales 
Martha Collins 
Dorothy Davis 
Lucy Lee Dickson 
Jane Eyres 
Margaret Fisher 
Rosa Fisher 
Kathryn Foote 
Margaret Fredrich 
Nan Gay 
Christine Gibson 
Margaret Gidley 
Helen Mae Goforth 
Anne Graves 
Ruth Griffin 
Edith Hardey 
Jean Hargis 



Edwina Akin 
Grace Akin 
Genevieve Barge 
Joan Brewster 
Barbara Brokaw 
Vivian Dahlberg 
Mary Dill 
Mary Fletcher 



Jeannette Hedrick 
Sylvia Herber 
Mar/ Alice Lee 
Mary Catherine McKee 
Dorothy Offutt 
Martha Pier 
Virginia Rainey 
Louise Self 

Madonna Schweikhardt 
Jane Schumann 
Helen Stanford 
Wilma Ruth Stockard 
Helen Voiers 
Jane Wellborn 
Josephine Wilds 
Mary Witt 
Ruth Woods 
Jane Young 



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Mary Maxine Ault 
Maurine Barner 
Gwynne Barrett 
Virginia Bowman 
Fern Bronstad 
Juliette Canfield 
Frances Cooper 
Margaret Crews 
Caryl De Woody 
Vivian Doeppenschmidt 
Pollyann Eagleston 
Leah Elkowitz 
Ann Foster 
Edwina Goodwyn 
Geneva Gordan 
Jean Granberry 
Adelaide Heinen 
Janette Hicks 
Shirley Holmes 



SECOND SOPRANO 



Lillian Foit 
Jessonda Gilbert 
Virginia Heiskell 
Dorothy House 
Kathleen Howard 
Barbara Hull 
Eugenia Lee 



Kate Manford 
Jane Marshall 
Constance Matula 
Augusta Perry 
Doris Schow 
Ruby Schow 
Beatrice Schwartz 



Edith Houston 


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Juanita Kastner 






Betty Krueger 






Peggy Locke 






Jane Loomis 






Dorothy Matson 






Cathryn Melton 






Frances Miller 






Edna Perry 






Virginia Powell 






Mary Sue Ries 




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Spence, Self, Dahlberg, 
Virainid Donoho, Accompanist 



Girls* Glee Club 



Starting with a membership oF about one hundred and fifty girls, the Girls' Glee Club 
ad a year's program that was both entertaining and musically educational. To qualify 
or membership, girls must pass a voice test and four University courses. Try-outs are 
eld in the fall and again in the spring. 

For the first time in years, the group joined in with the Men's Glee Club to have an 
■pen house in the Texas Union on November 5. Such progress toward amiability 
vas made between the groups that the idea for a Glee Club formal dance was born 
nd developed on March 5. 

But besides the entertainment feature of this group there was quite a serious 
larticipation in the musical field. On December 8 a combined concert was given in 
"logg Memorial and another combined concert given there in April. 

As a University organization the Glee Club helped on programs on the campus 
jch as the Christmas parly on December 20 and the Round-Up programs. In addition 
D campus activities a personnel of about thirty or forty girls made a tour to Kerrville 
n March 12 and to A. & M. on May 13. 

Outstanding among the features of the club was the Co-Ed Trio composed of 
athryn Spence, Louise Self, and Vivian Dahlberg. They provided the swing element 
oi the club and demand for them increased this year as their talent became even more 
veil known. A more serious feature as far as music is concerned was provided by 
ie two equally qualified soloists, Jessonda Gilbert and Dorothy U. Davis. This 
vas Miss Gilbert's second year with the club. This year, also, the Glee Club added 

sextet to its features. 

As a climax to the year's entertainment, the Girls' and Men's Clubs gave a banquet 
|i the Texas Union on April 12 honoring the director, Gilbert E. Schramm, who 
:rved his tenth year as director of the clubs this year. 




Constance Matula, 
Manager 



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Brooke, Hurl, Brown, R., 
Williams, Beck, Schrdmm, 
Brady, Wilson, HoFfman, 
Heap, Norrell 

Crowell, Cain, Higdon, 
Mims, Nunnally, Geeslin, 
Hassard, Fryer, Hobbs, 
Brooks, Bivens, Ramel 

Whittinglon, Hunnicutt, 
Schwcttmann, Gannaway, 
Griffin, Anders, Bevil, 
Brown, G., Patterson, Brill 

Lindhorn, Hawley, J., 
Hawley, H., Cage, Dietert, 
McKay, Ritter, Itz, Thokey, 
Emmert 

Waddill, Carmichael, Wood, 
Whiting, Jones, G., Perlman, 
Johnston, Culberson, Mize, 
Harris, Mills, Sellers, Straw 




Men*s Glee Club 




President 
Manager . 
Director 
Accompanist 



OFFICERS 



Bryan D. Beck 
Harold Brady 
Gilbert E. Schramm 
Lee Norrell 



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President 



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MEMBERS 



Dicl< Anders 
Bryan D. Beck 
Jack N. Bevil 
Bill Bivens 
Harold Brady 
Paul Brill 
R. L. Brooke 
Lester Brooks 
Garland Brown 
John William Brown 
Robert Brown 
Frank Cage 
Allen Cain 
Loys Carmichael 
Brice Cecil 
George Cole 
John Crowell 
David Culberson 



Roy B. Davis, Jr. 
Clarence E. Dietert 
Frank Emmert 
Bill Fryer 

Malcolm Gannaway 
Frank Gardner 
Gaddis Geeslin 
Truman Griffin 
John Guinn 
George Haggard 
Cleland Harris 
John Hawley 
Lewis Hawley 
Howard Haygood, Jr. 
Archie Heap 
W. Dain Higdon 
J. Ed Hobbs 
Roger Hoffman 



Jacy Hunnicutt 
Eugene Hurt 
George Irwin 
Howard Itz 
Fred M. Jones 
Guilford Jones 
Richard Johnston 
Paul Lindhorn 
Richard McKay 
T. J. McLarty 
George Mandoki 
George Meason 
A. K. Mills 
J. L. Mims 
Charles Mitchell 
Mack Mize, Jr. 
Will Morris 
Lee Norrell 



Ed Nunnally 
Bardwell Odum 
Marcel Patterson 
Jerry Perlman 
Lemar Ramel 
Victor Ritter 
Martin Schwettmann 
Walter Sellers 
Jack Straw 
James Thokey 
Bob Thomas 
Gregg Waddill 
Robert Whiting 
Marvin Whittington 
William V. Wickham 
Charles Williams 
Charles M. Wilson 
Harold Wood 



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The University of Texas Men's Glee Club enjoys at least two enviable distinctions: 
Ithat of being one of the oldest oiganizations on the campus, having been founded in 
[1892; and, secondly, its classification as "the finest male chorus in the Southwest." 

The purpose of the club is to create and perpetuate an interest in vocal activities 
Ion the campus and to make more intimate the connection between the University 
land the people of the State. Membership is determined at the beginning of each 
Isemester by the director and is based primarily upon vocal ability and general musical 
Iknowledge, although scholastic standing, experience, and personality are also factors 
|of considerable weight. 

During the past year, the Men's Glee Club gave concerts at the Austin High School, 
lat the San Pedro Play House in San Antonio, and a broadcast over Radio Station 
IKTSA. The club was featured in Round-Up entertainments. In addition to these 
lactivities, the regular fall and spring concerts were given in conjunction with the 
IGirls' Glee Club. 

Besides its fine record as a group, the Men's Glee Club is justly proud of its Long- 
Ihorn Quartet, composed this year of Frank Gardner, Eugene Hurt, Malcolm Gannaway, 
land Richard McKay. Other featured members were: soloists, Archie Heap, John 
jGuinn, and Frank Gardner; Cowboys, Robert Whiting, Truman Griffin, Allen Cain, 
jMarvin Whittington, Charles Wilson, Eugene Hurt, Frank Gardner, Bryan Beck, 
IMalcolm Gannaway, David Culberson, Frank Cage, Howard Itz, Roger Hoffman, 
land Clarence Dietert. For the past ten years, the club has been under the able 
[direction of Gilbert E. Schramm. The sponsor of the club is Charles N. Zivley. 




Harold Brady, 
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Maurice HoFfman, 
President 



Garland Adair 
Floyd Allen 
Lynn Anderson 
Robert Anthony 
George Atkinson 
Moreland Baldwin 
Emmitt Barrow 
David Bartlett 
Harold Baum 
Walter Beardsley 
Basil Bell 
Jack Biggers 
Ben Blair 
Spurgeon Britt 
Kenneth Brown 
Pat Bryan 
George Buchanan 
John Buchanan 
Neil Buie 
Jack Buster 
Byron Cain 
Tomme Call 
Presley Chalmers 
Stuart Chamberlin 
Orville Chandler 
Glynn Chappell 
Todd Clark 
Hub Colley 
Leslie Colwell 



Neal Conatser 
James Gotten 
Edwin Cox 
Glenn Criswell 
Wilburn Cunningham 
Tom Cuny 
Charles Daniel 
Morris Davidson 
E. A. Davidson 
Baxter Davis 
DeWayne Davis 
Carlton Dawson 
Creighton Dennis 
Charles DeWeese 
Philipp Dieter 
Sam Douglass 
W. Dee Downs 
June Doyen 
Leo S. Duflot 
Ben Dunlap 
John Dunlap 
Dave Elliott 
Evan English 
Edward Eldridge 
Frank Erwin 
Hampton Escott 
H. B. Eckhardt 
James Finney 
Elmo Fischer 



Joe Fox 

Dean Frazar 

Joe Freeman 

John Friedel 

Carl Furgason 

Preston Garrett 

Hilburn Gilliam 

C. A. Goldsmith 

Joseph Greenwood 

George Griffith 

Roy Guess 

Walter Gunstream 

Earl Harris 

Harold Harris 

Jack Harbin 

Ben Handelman 

I. Benjamin Hand 

John Haney 

Richard Haney 

Candler Hitchcock 

Leo Hoffman 

Maurice Hoffman 

Clyde Holder 

Billy Horton 

Burke Horton 

James Hundley 

James Hunt 

Clinton Hill 

Van Hildenbrand 

William Highsmith 

Philip Hendrix 

Milton Hejtmancik 

David irons 

Jack Jackson 

Joel Johnson 

Earl Jones 

George Jones 

Harold Jones 

Oscar Jones 

Robert Jordan 

John Kasch 

E. L. Keene 

Joe Kennedy 

Edward Kennard 

Van Kirkpatrick 

Fred Leisering 

Oliver Leppin 

Ernest E. Ludwig 

Virgil Lundell 

Gene-Allen McClelland 

Herbert McGaughey 

William McLean 

Robert Maddox 



Howard Mahaffey 
Will Mallard 
James Malone 
Norman Malone 
Charles Manes 
Joe Martin 
Ray Martin 
Roy Martin 
Robert Matthews 
Lester May 
Arthur Moyen 
B. John Mikeska 
Robert Miller 
Randolph Mitchell 
Philip Mindrup 
Mack Mize 
Martin Morgan 
Ruben Mund 
Rensselaer Murray 
Charles Nash 
Joseph Neiser 
Tom Law 
Waldo Niebuhr 
Thomas Novosad 
Jack Nowlin 
Edwin Pace 
Arnold Papacek 
Dorsey Parker 
Walter Parks 
Andrew Patterson 
Robert Payne 
Bill Pearce 
Houston Peek 
Raiford Perry 
Frank Petter 
E. John Pfluger 
Billy Phillips 
Jake Pickle 
Glenn Pierson 
George Polansky 
Rodney Pollard 
Charles Ramsey 
Enrique Ramirez 
Orville Rice 
Donald Richardson 
Arley C Richter 
Jimmie Rigsbee 
Lloyd Roach 
Jack Rogers 
Fred Rymer 
Clarence Saegert 
John Sallee 
Bill Satterwhite 



Watt Lafayette Saunders 
William Schiebel 
Earle Schroeder 
Leonard Seaholm 
John Seale 
James Settle 
Tom Shindler 
Orion Simms 
Homer Simpson 
John Slaughter 
Frank Smith 
Leroy Smith 
Richard Smith 
Chester Snyder 
Jack Speegle 
Fred Spencer 
Paul Spoonts 
Frank Stampfli 
Howard Stansell 
Charles Stratton 
Fred Strong 
John Henry Sullivan 
Dale Swain 
William Swearingen 
Randle Tankersley 
Robert Teasdale 
John Tinsley 
Carroll Tharp 
William Urban 
John Van Natta 
Alvin Vernor 
Russel Vernor 
Frank Wad ley 
Altie Ward 
Ray Watkins 
Walter Watkins 
Harry Watts 
Samuel Weaver 
Gregg Wilfong 
Charles Williams 
Frank Williams 
Jay Williamson 
Jo Brice Wilmeth 
Billy Wilson 
Thomas Wilson 
Conan Wood 
Hal Wray 
Hodge Wren 
Leiand Yeager 
Evan Dedrick Yoes 
James Young 
Joseph Zucht 



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Rainey, Bloc'<, Austin, 
Grisham, D., VcAfee, 
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Taylor. Halm, Steinmann, 
Jafiiison, Siecker, 
Griiham, M., ORillJcn, 
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Linslrum, Po.vers, Jones, 
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University Light Opera Company 



OFFICERS 



President 

Vice-President 
Secretary 
Treasurer . 
Business Managers 
Director . 
Faculty Advisor . 



Walter Kerr 

Albert Wddsworth 

Laura Wells 

Kendall Mullins 

Emory Powers, Oscar Linstrum 

Herbert Wall 

J. M. Kuehne 








Walter Kerr 






President 




MEMBERS 




John Hubbard 


Josey Meyer 


Jack Proctor 


Margaret Hutchison 


Alan Mudgett 


Virginia Rainey 


Herbert Janszen 


H. T, Mulkey 


Frances Roos 


Helen Johnson 


Kendall Mullins 


Cynthia Sheffield 


Louise Johnson 


Theo Naman 


Mitzi Smith 


Homer Jones 


Aline Nemier 


Alice Smith 


Walter Kerr 


Pat O'Keefe 


Betty Stecker 


Barbara Kone 


Joe O'Rillion 


Cora Steinman 


Peggy Kreisle 


Frances Onstot 


Christine Stone 


Austin Leach 


Donald Outlaw 


Ira Tarbutton 


Arthur Lewis 


Retha Pearson 


Bonnie Ruth Taylor 


Oscar Linstrum 


Angeline Photo 


Albert Wadsworth 


Lenelle Loney 


Richard Pitts 


Laura Wells 


John Marse 


George Pierce 


Joe Whitley 


Clare Louise Mayer 


Walter Porter 


Nolen Williams 


Grace McAfee 


Emory Powers 


Johanna Winkler 


Magareite McAfee 


Jim Pridgen 





Val Jean Aldred 
Mildred Austin 
Clara Block 
Dan Boone 
George Brackett 
Robert Clark 
Willis Coley 
Harold Crockett 
Guy Ewing 
Mary Ruth Ewing 
Jessonda Gilbert 
Lorna Gregory 
Dortha Grisham 
Margarette Grisham 
Elizabeth Halm 
Jimmie House 



The University Light Opera Company presented a season of Five productions, — "Maid Marian" on January 13, 
14, "A Night of Stars'' on February 23, "Yeoman of the Guard" on March 9, 10, "A Play-Concert" on April 21, 
"The Vagabond King" on May 11, 12, 13. Herbert Wall is director of the company of sixty-six students who are 
interested in taking active part in producing light operas and musical comedies. 



Organized in the fall of 1931 for student activity in dramatic and musical 
organizations, the Light Opera Company has staged productions each year, 
of the company. 

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Alpha Chi Omega 



HISTORY 

Founded at DePauw University in 1885, Alpha Chi Omega included in its purpose 
the cultivation of fine arts. There are sixty-one chapters on the fraternity roll. A 
quarterly magazine, "The Lyre," has been published since 1894. The fraternity supports 
an endowment fund for building and scholarships. In 1911 the Star Studio, located at 
the MacDowell Memorial Association in New hiampshire, was opened, and any person 
interested in fine arts who is worthy may be awarded its use by the MacDowell Asso- 
ciation. Among those who have used the Star Studio are Thornton Wilder, Dubose 
Heyward, Margaret Widdemar, and Hervey Allen. During the war, the fraternity 
received several service medals for work in supporting French war orphans. A scholar- 
ship fund for high school and college students is maintained by alumnae groups. 

Alpha Phi Chapter was established at The University of Texas in 1924. 



OFFICERS 



President . 
Vice-President 
Secretary . 
Treasurer 
Warden 



Caryl De Woody 
. Elsie McKellar 

Muriel Ayres 
. Mary E. Russell 

Margaret Collier 




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Alpha Chi Omega 



GRADUATE 

Mary E. Russell, Roswell, New Mexico 

SENIORS 

Margaret Collier, A. & S., Marlin 
Helen Dashiell, B. Ad., San Antonio 
Caryl De Woody, A. 8; S-, Beaumont 
Eloise Johnson, A. & S., Austin 
Fay McCamy, A. & S., Fairbanks 
Elsie McKellar, A. & S , Austin 
Jane Lee Ormond, A. St S., Houston 



JUNIOR 
Elnora Larson, A. 8c S., Cleburne 



SOPHOMORES 

Muriel Ayres, A. & S., Austin 
Dorothy Schmidt, A. & S^ Austin 
Beatrice Stenberg, A. & S., Austin 



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PLEDGES 

Louise Shirley, A. & S., 
Thelma Deaton, A. 8; S, 
Erie Nell Harrison, A. 
Janette Martin, A. & S., 
Rebecca Pinson, A. & S 
Willelene Adkins, A. i 
Marion McFarland, A. 
Jo Anne Pittenger, A. 
Elizabeth Ann Warren, 
Elizabeth Worrell, A. I 
Maxine Blackmar, A. & 
Jean Marie Chilton, A 



Canyon 

Beaumont 
& S., Panhandle 
, Houston 

, Corpus Christi 
k S., Fort Worth 
& S., Austin 
& S., Austin 
A. & S., Austin 
1 S., Austin 
S., San Marcos 
. & S., Houston 



PLEDGES 

Laura Lee Clark, A. & S., Austin 

Felice Cline, A. & S., Victoria 

Margaret Collins, A. & S., La Grange, Illinois 

Jean Elliott, A. & S., Austin 

Anne Graves, A. & S., Hutchins 

Barbara Jones, A. & S., Houston 

Thetis King, A. & S., Brenham 

Doris Leahy, A. & S,, Houston 

Janet Smith, A. & S., Houston 

Edith Walker, A. & S., Houston 

Lois Webb, A. & S., Beaumont 



Ayres, Stenberg, Warren, 
Adkins, Schmidt, Worrell 

Elliott, Jones, Collins, Leahy, 
Blackmar, Smith 

Graves, Clark, Walker, King, 
Chilton, Clinc 





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Wilson, Smith, L., 
Alexander, Buchtler 

Johns, Mdtuld, Nunn, Lewis, 
Miller, Shoolroy, Mings, 
Hooker 

Rdnsom, Brogan, Judge, 
Bachman, Stamm, A., Stamm, E., 
Chance, Kniveton 




Alpha Delta Pi 



HISTORY 

Alpha Delta Pi, the oldest college sorority, was founded as the Adelphean Society 
at Wesleyan Female College in Macon, Georgia, on May 15, 1851. The sorority has 
fifty-eight active chapters in the United States and Canada. Alpha Delta Pi supports 
two graduate fellowships in the field of child welfare for any college woman qualifying, 
one at the University of Chicago and one at The University of Texas. There are also 
available scholarships to help undergraduate members finish their college work. Alpha 
Delta Pi published one of the first sorority histories, and in 1914 one of the first issued 
sorority songbooks. The sorority also publishes a quarterly magazine, "The Adelphean." 
The ritual and traditions have been preserved almost unchanged from the time of their 
establishment. 

Delta Chapter was established at The University of Texas in 1906. 




Jane Eyres, President 



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OFFICERS 

President Jane Eyres 

Vice-President Jeannette Hedrick 

Secretary Frances Bransford 

Corresponding Secretary . . . Dixie Alexander 

Treasurer Elizabeth Kniveton 




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GRADUATES 

Jean Mdric Howe, DalidS 
Marvenc Hc^es, Miami, Florida 

SENIORS 

Dixie Alexander, B. Ad., Tyler 

Marjoric BuchtJer, A. & S., Galveston 

Beth Buttrill, Ed,, Lometa 

Jane Eyres, B. Ad., San Antonio 

lone Johns, A. & S., Austin 

Florene Kendall, A. & S., Munday 

Constance Matula, A. & S., Runge 

Lorraine Smith, A. & S., Dallas 

Mary Elizabeth Smith, Ed., Little Rock, Arkansas 

Mary Lee Wilson, A. & S., La Center, Kentucky 



SECOND YEAR LAW 

Sarah Lynn Sanders, Center 

JUNIORS 

Madalyn Bachman, A. & S., Dallas 
Ann Brewer, A. & S., Fort Worth 
Mary Rice Brogan. A. 8: S., Austin 
Jane Estill, A. & S., Austin 
Elizabeth Kniveton, A. & S., Tyler 
Billie Lewis, B. Ad., Menard 
Laura Edith Miller, A. & S., Ballinger 
Cora Dee Mings, A. & S., Gilmer 
Hazel Dawn Nunn, A. & S., Bryan 
Pauline Shoolroy, A. & S., Houston 
Mary Margaret Stages, A. 8c S., Austin 



SOPHOMORES 

Frances Bransford, A. & S., Fort Worth 
Gene Comer, A. & S., Austin 
Mary Dill, A. & S., Austin 
Christine Evans, Ed., Galveston 
Jeannette Hedrick, A. & S., Abilene 
Kathleen Howard, A. & S., Corpus Christi 
Mary Lucille Kuhn, A. & S., Galveston 
Mary Burns McCaskill, A. & S., Runge 
Georgette Murphy, A. & S., Galveston 
Mildred Rutland, B. Ad., Austin j 
Margaret Walker, A. & S., Bryan 
Alma Widen, A. & S., Austin 



PLEDGES 

Estelle Ashton, A. & S., College Station 

Jacqueline Ashton, A. & S., College Station 

Norma Bradford, A. & S., Menard 

Sara Scott Bransford, A. & S., Fort Worth 

Leewai Chance, A. & S., Kilgore 

Margaret Coan, A. & S., Fort Davis 

Nellie James Crawford, A. & S., Fort Worth 

Ann Dabbs, A. & S., Houston 

Frances Lee Duckworth, A. & S., Post 

Ruth Ellsworth, A. & S., Austin 

Bertha Field, A. & S., Van Horn 

Edith Fordtran, A. & S., Galveston 

Maxine Gallagher, A. & S., Cisco 

Mary Harmon, A. & S., El Paso 

Julia Hooker, A. & S., Center 



PLEDGES 

Frances Louise Howell, A. & S., Dallas 
Catherine Ivey, A. & S,, Elgin 
Jane Judge, A. & S., Tyler 
Albina Migliavacca, A. & S., Galveston 
Ellen MacKenzie, A. & S., Weatherford 
Mary Helen Perkins, A. & S., Petrolia 
Mary Ransom, A. & S., Arlington 
Le Ruth Roquemore, A. & S., Fort Worth 
Hazel Smith, A. & S., Overton 
Aurelita Stamm, Ed., Rayme, Louisiana 
Eliska Stamm, Ed., Rayme, Louisiana 
Jocelyn Stamm, A. & S., Rayme, Louisiana 
Joy Stamm, A. & S., Rayme, Louisiana 
Mary Virginia Steadham, Ed., Austin 
Martha Faye Thomas, A. & S., Post 



FACULTY 



Lucille Williams 
Jet Winters 



Tutor in Romance Languages 
Professor of Home Economics 



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Hedrick, Howard, Widen, 
Comer, Rutland 

Kuhn, Murphy, McCaskill, 
Coan, Evans, Bransford, F., 
Gallagher, Dill, Fordtran 

Steadman, Smith, H., Ivey, 
Field, Ashton, J., Dabbs, 
Stamm, J. D., Stamm, J. H., 
Bransford, S. 

Migliavacca, Bradford, Howell, 
Ellsworth, Roquemore, Duck- 
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Stern, Friedson, Nathan, Harris, 
Goldstein, B.^ Cristol, Hirsch 

Wertheim, Golding, Joseph, 
Block, C, Jacobs, S., Aschner, 
Bennett, Goldstein, S. 

Braunis, Wagner, Weiss, S., 
Alexander, Daily, Wertheimer, 
Edel, Selber 



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Alpha Epsilon Phi 



HISTORY 

Alpha Epsilon Phi was founded in 1909 at Barnard College, Columbia University, 
New York City, New York. At present there are twenty-three active chapters in the 
United States. Since 1917, the sorority has published "The Columns," a quarterly 
magazine. Among the sorority's national projects are a camp and day nursery in Los 
Angeles, a home for orphans in New York, dental clinics in New Orleans and San 
Francisco, and a scholarship for social service work at Detroit. 

Omega Chapter was established at The University of Texas on April 21, 1925. Omega 
Chapter has won the sorority's national scholar's cup four times and has won the campus 
scholarship cup six times. 



OFFICERS 



Dean 

Sub-Dean 

Treasurer 

Secretary 

Scribe 

Historian 



. Maxine Friedson 
Dorothy Ray Stern 

. Lois Edel 
Mildred Livingston 

. Jule Jacobson 
Adele Fridner 




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SENIORS 

Mdxine Friedson, A. & S., San Antonio 

Leah Nathan, A. & S., Houston 

Dorothy Ray Stern, B. Ad., Tulsa, Oklahoma 

SECOND YEAR LAW 

Marion Harris, Monahans 



JUNIORS 

Jacolyn Alexander, A. & S., La Grange 

Burt Aschner, B. Ad., Dallas 

Clara Block, A. & S., Austin 

Jane Braunig, Ed., Shrevcport, Louisiana 

Johanna Cristol, Ed., Dallas 

Sonia Goldstein, A. & S., Des Moines, Iowa 

Frances Hirsch, A. & S., Marshall 

Regina Joseph, A. & S., Austin 

Marjorie Wagner, A. & S., Houston 

Saredel Weiss, A. & S., El Paso 

Jeanette Wertheim, A. & S., Carlsbad, New Mexico 



SOPHOMORES 

Lethale Capland, A. & S., Port Arthur 
Lorraine Daily, A. & S., Rosenberg 
Lois Edel, A. & S., Houston 
Adele Fridner, A. & S., Galveston 
Doroi-hy Goudchaux, A. & S., Beaumont 
Jule Jacobson, A. & S., Mobile, Alabama 
Mildred Livingston, A. & S., Houston 
Felice Weill, A. & S., Galveston 



PLEDGES 

Shirley Bennett, A. & S., Shreveport, Louisiana 

Betty Jane Berman, A. & S., Henryetta, Oklahoma 

Helen Anne Berman, A. & S., Henryetta, Oklahoma 

Leone Block, A. & S., Dallas 

Shirley Blufston, A. & S., Tulsa, Oklahoma 

Helen Blum, A. S: S., Goose Creek 

Elaine Freedman, A. & S., Shreveport, Louisiana 

Adele Friedlander, A. & S., Dallas 

Ida Lois Golding, A. & S., Temple 

Anna Mae Goldstein, A. & S., Corpus Christ! 

Betty Goldstein, A. & S., Shreveport, Louisiana 

Helen Jacobs, A. & S., Dallas 



PLEDGES 

Sara Pearl Jacobs, B. Ad., Goose Creek 

Dorothy Kaplan, A. & S., Houston 

Shirley Mayer, A. & S., Dallas 

Josey Meyer, A. & S., Camden, Arkansas 

Beverly Nussbaum, A. & S., Houston 

Jane Rauch, A. & S., Houston 

Helen Rosenwasser, A. 8: S., Stamford 

Joanne Selber, A. & S., Shreveport, Louisiana 

Jean Silvers, A. & S., Marlin 

Miriam Weiss, A. & S., El Paso 

Golda Wertheimer, A. & S., Houston 

Miriam Winkler, A. 8: S., Fort Stockton 




Fridner, Capland, Jacobs, H., 
Jacobson, Weill, Freedman, 
Goudchaux, Livingston 

Nussbaum, Block, L., Winkler, 
Berman, H., Rauch, Blum, 
Goldstein, A., Berman, B. 

Weiss, M., Friedlander, 
Blufston, Kaplan, Stivers, 
Rosenwasser, Meyer, Mayer 




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Ramsay, Whittlesey, Keeney 

Hearne, Buzzo, LeMay, 
Harrison, Smith, Miller, Harris 

Sheehan, Ewing, Keith, 
Crumley, Dunlaney, Bullard, 
Gilliland, Stuart 

Holmes, Plumb, Parker, Everett, 
Vzaguirre, Craddock, 
McKenzie, Hull 



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Alpha Phi 



HISTORY 

Alpha Phi sorority was founded October 10, 1872, at Syracuse University, Syracuse, 
New York, by a group of ten girls. Alpha Phi has been a pioneer and a leader in many 
ways. It was the first sorority to build and occupy a chapter house. It maintains fellow- 
ship and scholarship loans for members. It was the first to have the visiting delegate 
system, later adopted by other sororities. It also called the first Inter-Sorority Confer- 
ence in 1902 which later changed its name to National Panhellenic Congress. There 
are now thirty-seven active chapters in the United States and Canada. 

Omega Chapter of Alpha Phi was established at The University of Texas in May, 1920, 



OFFICERS 



President . 
Vice-President 
Secretary . 
Treasurer 



Emalynn Smith 
Mary FHearne 
Gloria Yzaguirre 
Frances Bullard 



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SENIORS 

Evelyn Buzzo, A. & S., San Antonio 

Eleanor Harris, A. & S., Walnut Sprinss 

Elaine Harrison, A. & S^Seymour 

Mary Hearne, A. & S., Corpus Christi 

Elizabeth Keeney, A. & S., Austin 

Dorothy LeMay, A. & S., Athens 

Mary Ann Lennox, B. Ad^ Ctarksvillc 

Marjoric Lewis, A. & S., Tcrlingua 

Martha Vincent Miller, A. & S., Washinston, D. C. 

Winnie Jo Ramsay. A. & S., Austin 

Mary Sheehan, Ed., Tulsa, Oklahoma 

Emalynn Smith, A. & S., Houston 

Juanita Whittlesey, A. & S., Mexico City, Mexico 

Joyce Wickline, A. & S., Port Arthur 

Marguerite Winn, A. St S., San Antonio 



JUNIORS 

Frances Bullard, A. St'S., Galveston 

Lois Crumley, A. & S., Austin 

Florence Dulaney, B. Ad., San Antonio 

Nancy Ewing, A. & S., Austin 

Inez Gilliland, A. » S., Eagle Pass 

Ruth Hull, A. & S., Houston 

Mary Frances Keith, A. & S., Austin 

Doris McCance, B. Ad., Austin 

Christine McKcnzie, A. & S., San Antonio 

Janis Parker, A. & S., Houston 

Lucille Plumb, A. & S., Legion 

Ruth Stuart, A. & S., Houston 

Gloria Yzaguirre, A. & S., Brownsville 



SOPHOMORES 

Mary Sue Bates, A. ft S., Houston 

Etta Baugh, A. & S., San Angelo 

Joy Corbin, A. & S., Dallas 

Martha Draper, A. 8c S., Memphis 

Jane Gregory, A. & S., Austin 

Betty Johnson, A. & S., Simms 

Jo Jones, A. & S., Grand Rapids, Michigan 

Elizabeth Painter, A. & S., Austin 

Margaret Webb, A. & S., Galveston 



PLEDGES 

Ann Adsit, A. & S., Tulsa, Oklahoma 
Eleanor Anthony, A. & S., Austin 
Laura Lynn Brace, A. & S., Houston 
Jane Bundy, A. & S., Austin 
Judith Craddock, A. & S^ Austin 
Jeannette Dickson, A. & S., Cleburne 
Elizabeth Everett, Eng., Stephenville 
Virginia Freeman, A. & S., Austin 
Marcy Gaston, A. & S., Austin 
Georgina Hinman, A. & S., San Antonio 
Shirley Holmes, A. & S., Dallas 
Evelyn Jedlicka, A. & S., San Antonio 
Norma Kasch, A. & S^ Austin 
Connie Kisten, A. & b., Houston 
Cathryn Long, A. & S., Bay City 




PLEDGES 

Julia Van Maude, A. & S., Austin 
Mary Katherine Metcalfe, A. & S., Austin 
Mary Myles Mitchell, A. & S., Austin 
Emma Old, A. & S., Mt. Pleasant 
Ann Painter, A. & S., Austin 
Jo Pendleton, A. & S., Austin 
Mary Penick, A. & S., Austin 
Catherine Rcid, A. & S., Goose Creek 
Bette Reynolds, A. & S., Houston 
Cynthia Sheffield, A. 8t S., Houston 
Ruth Spargo, A. & S., Houston 
Iris Stearns, A. & S., Taylor 
Lucille Walker, A. & S., Graham 
Martha Webb, A. & S., Donna 



FACULTY 



Assistant Professor of Pure Mathematics 





Gregory, Painter, E., 
Pendleton, Draper, Jones, 
Corbin, Old, Reynolds 

Johnson, Brace, Webb, Martha; 
Dickson, Spargo, Jedlicka, 
Webb, Margaret; Baugh 

Bates, Painter, A,, Anthony, 
Long, Hinman, Freeman, Bundy, 
Stearns 

Reed, Kasch, Penick, Adsit, 
Sheffield, Kisten, Metcalfe, 
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Kocurek, B. H., Kenner 

Kocurck,0., McCormick, Coffey, 
Kocurek, B. A., Rawlings 



Alpha Xi Delta 



HISTORY 

Alpha Xi Delta was founded at Lombard College, Galesburg, Illinois, April 17, 1893. 
The first national convention was held in 1903 when an extensive program was adopted. 
There are fifty-six active chapters in the United States. A national scholarship fund is 
given to the American Association of University Women to be awarded to any girl in 
the United States regardless of fraternity affiliation. Scholarship loans are made to juniors 
and seniors in the fraternity. 

Beta Alpha Chapter was established at The University of Texas in 1929. 




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President Mae h^amme 

Vice-President Mary Kenner 

Recording Secretary .... Anita Mae Disch 

Treasurer Olga Kocurek 

Corresponding Secretary . . . Florence Escott 







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SENIORS 

Florence Escott, B. Ad., Austin 
Mae Hdmme, A. & S., tdinburg 
Mary Kenner, A. & S., Corsicana 
Oiga Kocurek, A. & S., Dime Box 
Reedd Lee McCormicIc, A. & S., Austin 
Mary Elizabeth Wynne, A. & S., Kerrville 



JUNIORS 

Frances Brunner, A. & S., Austin 

Azile Coffey, Ed., Austin 

Anita Mae Discfi, Ed., Austin 

Bettye Ann Kocurek, A. & S., Dime Box 

Mary Lou Mogford, A. & S., Streeter 

Lcona Rawlings, A. & S., Vernon 

Cora Steinmann, A. & S., Corpus Christi 



SOPHOMORES 

Sarah Darby, A. & S., Austin 

Blanche Edna Farquhar, A. & S,, Austin 

Louise Johnson, A. & S., Austin 



PLEDGES 

Bernice Kocurek, A. & S., Senior, Dime Box 
Dorothy Offutt, A. & S., Junior, Tyler 
Sarah Williams, A. & S., Junior, Dallas 
Elizabeth Halm, A. & S., Sophomore, Austin 



PLEDGES 

Jackie Harmonson, A. & S., Sophomore, Austin 
Nina Ruth Ellis, A. & S., Freshman, Waco 
Edna Use, A. & S., Freshman, Sabinal 



Instructor in Government 




Steinmann, Brunner, Disch, 
Mogford, Harmonson, Darby 

Williams, Halm, Johnson, 
Farquhar, Ellis, Use 




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Morriss, Real, Holderman, 
Feasin, Thibault, Brown, E. R., 
Pondron 

Murray, Davis, J., Easlcston, 
Scott, H., Ashley, D.,Rdtliff,N., 
Fender, Walker, Thornton, 
Voicrs 

Lowe, Hickman, Ripple, 
Wassell, Wood, A., Raney, 
Barnett, Selby, Kincaid, Pile.V, 

Wood, C, Pile, J., Hardey, 
Evetts, Manford, Harkrider, 
Sloop, Rayburn, Ivcy, 
Eschberger 



HISTORY 

Chi Omega was founded at the University of Arkansas on April 5, 1895. There 
are now ninety-one active chapters throughout the United States. Chi Omega is active 
in the field of social service. It supports a service fund, the proceeds of which are used 
to publish research work in educational, social, and scientific lines. The sorority has 
been admitted to membership in the Personal Research Foundation and in the American 
Association of Adult Education. The National Achievement Award which is given 
annually to an American woman who has made outstanding contributions in the fields 
of public affairs, education, or the fine arts is sponsored by Chi Omega. 

lota Chapter was chartered at The University of Texas in 1904. 



Margaret Murray, President 



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OFFICERS 



President . 
Vice-President 
Secretary . 
Treasurer 



Margaret Murray 
Mary Frances FHickman 
Barbara Jeff Davis 
Eleanor Brown 



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GRADUATH 

Helen Cox, Hillsboro 

SENIORS 

Dorothy Ashley, A. & S., Dallas 

Eleanor Brown, B. Ad., Orange 

Hazel Chinn, A. & S., Houston 

Barbara Davis, A. & S., Center 

Pollyanna Eagleston, A. & S., Houston 

Lois Lee Feagin, A. & S., Colmesncil 

Frances Fender, B. Ad., Dallas 

Hassie B. Foster, A. & S., Harlingen 

Margaret Harltness, A. & S., Tcxarkana 

Catherine Holderman, A. & S., Waco 

Flora Jones, A. & S., Raymondvilie 

Len Mewhinney, A. & S., Holland 

Patti Beall Morriss, A. & S., Mountain Home 

Margaret Murray, A. & S., Austin 

Celestinc Owen, A. & S., Tyler 

Ruth Pondron, A. & S., Beaumont 

Helen Potter, A. & S., Houston 

Norma RatliFf, Ed., Sterling City 

Matilda Real, A. & S., Kcrrville 

Helen Scott, B. Ad., Raymondvilie 

Myra Thibault, A. & S., Little Rock, Arkansas 

Ruth Thornton, A. & S., Dallas 

Margaret Jean Voiers, Ed., La Ferta 

PLEDGES 



FIRST YEAR LAW 

Mary Frances Hickman, Woodvillc 

JUNIORS 

June Adams, A. & S., Austin 

Julia Barnett, A. & S., Beckville 

Gwendolyn Eschberger, A. & S., Robstown 

Viviene Evetts, A. & S., Austin 

Edith Hardey, A. & S., Houston 

Frances Harkrider, A. & S., Center 

Rose Hilburn, A. & S^ Houston 

June Metcalfe, A. & S., Dallas 

Josephine Pile, A. & S., Dallas 

Jacqueline Rayburn, A. & S., Taylor 

Beatrice Ripple, A. & S., Bellville 

Lucille Selby, A. & S., Dallas 

Carrie Ruth Sloop, Ed., Houston 

Mary Louise Weyman, A. & S., San Antonio 

Alyeen Wood, A. & S., Gladewater 



SOPHOMORES 

Mary Love Armacost, A. & S., Austin 

Elizabeth Braden, A. & S., Columbus 

Maryann Gustine, A. & S., Houston 

Barbara Home, A. & S., Dallas 

Helen Kelly, A. 8c S., San Antonio 

Ann Kiessling, A. 8t S., Crockett 

Kathryn Gene Knight, A. & S., Little Rock, Arkansas 

Joy Skipwith, A. & S., Dallas 

Claire Stanley, A. & S., Eagle Pass 

Ruby Struss, A. & S., Columbus 

Doris Taylor, A. & S., Dallas 

Myra York, A. & S., Austin 



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Helen Abernathy, A. & S., Graham 

Clara Louise Arlitt, A. & S., San Antonio 

Virginia Ashley, A. & S,, Dallas 

Edith Beall, A. & S., Eagle Pass 

Virginia Branham, A. & S., Houston 

Evelyne Brown, A. & S., Austin 

Frances Brown, A. & S., Orange 

Dorothy Campbell, A. & S., Nacogdoches 

Geraldine Carlton, A. & S., Ganado 

Arminta Carter, A. & S., Austin 

Ida Frances Clark, A. & S., Hillsboro 

Anita Cook, A. & S., Austin 

Frances Cooper, A. & S., Ralls 

Mary Frances Cornett, A.&S., Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 

Betty Jane Cunningham, A. & S., San Antonio 

Mary Jane Davis, A. & S., San Antonio 

Dorothy Day, A. & S^ Austin 

Frances Drake, A. & S., Houston 

Alice Joy Ellington, A. & S., San Augustine 

Frances Faltin, A. & S., Comfort 

Seawillow Fitzsimons, A. 8: S., San Antonio 

Gloria Graham, A. & S., Dallas 

Dorothy Lee Grounds, A. & S., Houston 

Mary Helen HalL A. & S., Hico 

Rose Hall, A. & S., Texarkana 

Brenner Hammann, A. & S., Austin 

Virginia Heiskell, A. & S., Dallas 

MaybeMe Holder, A. & S., Lancaster 



PLEDGES 

Agnes Jean Ivey, A. & S., Nacogdoches 

Mary Dodd Kincaid, A. & S., Dodd City 

Margaret Logan, A. & S., San Angelo 

Evelyn Lowe, A. & S., Fort Worth 

Mary Charline McGehee, A. & S., San Antonio 

Olvia MacKay, A. & S., Weslaco 

Kathryn Manford, A. & S., Austin 

Laura Mathis, A. & S., San Antonio 

Claire Louise Mayer, A. & S., Austin 

Helen North, A. & S., Dallas 

Margie Paschal, A. & S., San Antonio 

Martha Pier, A. & S., Fort Worth 

Mary Virginia Pile, A. & S., Harlingen 

Helene Randolph, A. & S., San Antonio 

Olive Raney, A. & S., Houston 

Dorothy Ratliff, A. & S., Fort Worth 

Joy Ray, A. & S., Del Rio 

Roseanne Rodgcrs, A. & S., Dallas 

Patricia Scott, A. & S., San Antonio 

Ella Taylor, A. & S., San Antonio 

Virginia Walker, A. & S., Center 

Patricia Wassell, Ed., Austin 

Mignon White, A. & S., San Antonio 

Bonnie Whittenburg, A. & S., Canyon 

Ann Wilkins, A. & S., Houston 

Charlotte Wood, Ed., Houston 

Jane Young, A. & $., Roscoe 



FACULTY 

Kathleen Bland Assistant to the Dean of Women 

Helen Donovan Barnard Tutor in Anthropology 




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Metcalfe, Weyman, Mathis, 
Braden, Mayer, York, Kiessling 

Drake, Armacost, Carlton, 
Hall, M., Pier, Knight, Gustine, 
Struss, Cunningham, Skipwith 

Abernathy, Faltin, Campbell, 3 
Home, Taylor, D., Stanley, 
Kelly, Davis, M., Carter, 
Rodgers 

White, Taylor, E., Wilkins, 
Ratliff, D., Hammann, McGehee, 
Heiskell, Ray, Grounds, Scott,P., 
Brown, F. 

Beall, Ashley, V., Day, Arlitt, 
Ellington, Whittenburg, 
Branham, Randolph, Graham, 
Paschal, Brown, £. M. 




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Smith, M., Mclver, Dean, Love 
Gerdes, Frederick 

Cage, Hogan, McDonald, 
Harris, R., McHaney, Ravey, 
Ward, Casbcer, Stewart 

Beck, McAuliffe, Burser, 
Herman, Helbing, Moore, V., 
McAskill, Bennet, Lynn, L. 

Franks, Barrett, Critz, Crews, 
Fleming, M., Tuffly, Haines, 
MacKinnon, Ellis 

Stephens, Lipscomb, S., 
Bdldridge, Billings, M., 
Gordon, Glover, Ladd, 
Cockrell, Mobley, Deputy 



Delta Delta Delta 



HISTORY 

Delta Delta Delta was founded at Boston University on Thanksgiving Eve, 1888, the 
first vv'oman's organization of the kind to be formed in New England. There are now 
eighty-eight active chapters. Early in its history the fraternity began a system of endow- 
ment funds from which are supported student loan funds, the Trident, a fund for visiting 
delegates, and a house-building program. A scholarship and loan fund was established 
in 1928 in celebration of the golden anniversary of the founding. During the World 
War and for some months thereafter Delta Delta Delta maintained a Foyer at Tours, and 
later assisted^a reconstruction school in France. 

Theta Zeta Chapter was established at The University of Texas in 1912. 



OFFICERS 



President . 
Vice-President 
Secretary . 
Treasurer 



Mary Bland Smith 
Mary Ann Tuffly 
Elizabeth Tipps 
Marilyn McAskill 




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GRADUATES 

Mary Dalton, San Antonio 
Margaret Donoshue, Fort Worth 

SENIORS 

Mary Anne Beck, Ed., San Saba 

Harriet Cage, A. & S., Houston 

Mary Frances Casbecr, A. & S., Lampasas 

Amy Rose Cate, A. & S., Austin 

Therese Dean, A. & S., Beaumont 

Mary K. Duggan, A. & S., Dallas 

Anne Fleming, A. & S., Austin 

Blossom Frederick, A. & S., Brady 

Mary Helyn Gerdes, A. & S., Waco 

Melbd Gilbert, A. & S., Lampasas 

Reba Harris, A. 8e S., Houston 

Margaret Hogan, A. & S., Pharr 

Elizabeth Love, A. & S., San Antonio 

Katherine McAuMff, A. & S., Beaumont 

Margaret McDonald, A. & S,, San Antonio 

Nona Lynn McHaney, B. Ad., Longview 

Marie Mclver, A. & S., Dallas 

Lois Ravey, B. Ad., Austin 

Margaret Sheffield, Ed., Alvin 

Mar/ Bland Smith, A. & S., Bonham 

Elizabeth Stewart, A. & S., Lorena 

Elizabeth Tipps, A. & S., Dallas 

Eleanor Anne Ward, A. & S., Dallas 



JUNIORS 

Dorothy Baldridge, A. & S., Clifton 
Kiltye Burger, A. & S., Houston 
Mary Ruth Billings, A. & S., Dallas 
Ella Nora Critz, A. & S., Austin 
Mary Fleming, A. & S., Austin 
Harriet Franks, Phar., Dublin 
Elizabeth Gordon, A. & S., Austin 
Leia Haines, A. & S., Bryan 
Adeline Herman, A. & S., McAllen 
Sally Lipscomb, A. & S., Bonham 
Lady Cleo Lynn, Ed., Austin 
Marilyn McAskill, A. & S., Edinburg 
Virginia Moore, A. & S., Navasota 
Ada David Stephens, A. 8c S., Dallas 
Mary Ann TufRy, A. & S. Houston 



SOPHOMORES 

Margaret Ames, A. & S., Houston 

Marjorie Anderson, A. & S., Tulsa, Oklahoma 

Idanell Brill, A. & 5., Austin 

Dorothy Bryant, A. & S., Austin 

Mary Alice Cockrell, A. & S., Dallas 

Nancy Coppock, A. & S., San Antonio 

Hazel Ross Deputy, A. & S., Brownsville 

Adeic Du Bosc^ A. & S., Westhoff 

Maude Alice Glover, A. & S., Dallas 

Norma Goldthwaite, A. & S., Dallas 

Helen Johnson, A. & S., Austin 

Mary Jo Johnson, A. & S., Austin 

Barbara Kelley, A. & S., Cleburne 

Mary Helen Mobley, A. & S., Dallas 

Ruth Naylor, A. & S., Dallas 

Martha Faye Parr, A. & S., Sour Lake 

BettincI Phillips, A. & S., Mexia 

Betty Putnam, A. & S., Houston 

Peggy Ramsdell, A. & S., San Antonio 

Erie Nell Roller, A. & S., Ennis 

Carolyn Vaughan, A. 8c S., Austin 

Diana Votaw, A. & S., Dallas 

Teddye Wardlow, A. & S., Ballinger 



PLEDGES 

Olive Alexander, A. 8c S., San Antonio 
Judith Baldwin, A. 8c S., Beaumont 
Gwynne Barrett, A. & S., El Paso 
Beulah Margaret Bennet, A. & S., Cuero 
Mary Bering, A. & S., Houston 
Doris Billings, A. & S., Nixon 
Arline Bolm, A. & S., Austin 
Virginia Brent, A. & S., Bonham 
Dorothy Brumley, A. & S., Pampa 
Martha Cloud, A. & S^ Austin 
Jayne Coats, A. & S., San Antonio 
Margaret Conway, A. & S., Waco 
Margaret Crews, A. & S., Plainview 
Virginia Cruser, A. & S., San Antonio 
Jeanette David, A. & S., Dallas 
Connie Delavan, A. & S., San Antonio 
Maxine Dietzcl, A. & S., San Antonio 
Eugenia Dowdy, A. & S., McKinney 
Frances Ellis, A. & S., Brownwood 
Grace Garner, A. & S., Little Rock, Arkansas 
Carolyn Gunn, A. & S., Houston 



PLEDGES 

Mary Elizabeth Harris^^ A. & S., Calvert 
Ray Hartin, A. & S., Galveston 
Clare Helbing, A. & S., San Angelo 
Dorothy Jaeggli, A. & S., Moulton 
Marjorie Johnsen, A. & S., Dallas 
Catherine Ladd, A. Sc S., Fort Worth 
Margaret Jane Lentz, A. & S., San Antonio 
Elizabeth Lipscomb, A. & S., Bonham 
Martha Lutz, A. 8c S., San Antonio 
Mary Pearl Lynn, A. & S., Austin 
Georgia MacKinnon, A. 8: S., Dallas 
Myrtle McCollum, A. & S., Port Arthur 
Mary McLain, A. & S^ Bonham 
Dolly Marshall, A. & S., Beaumont 
Jo Beth Montgomery, A. & S., Cuero 
May Moore, A. & S., Navasota 
Betty Lee Perkins, A. & S., Houston 
Billie Simmons, A. & S., Mexia I 
Louise Smith, A. & S., Houston 
lone Young, A. & S., Houston 



FACULTY 

Margaret Batjer ... Assistant Professor of Home Economics 

Virginia Welch Sharborough Parental Education Specialist 





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Ramsdell, Vaughan, Anderson, 

Johnson, H., Votaw, Bolm, 

Cloud, Kelley 

Parr, Ames, Naylor, Phillips, 

Bryant, Putnam, Garner, 

Brumley, Goldthwaite, Roller 

Lentz, McLain, Alexander, 

Conway, Lipscomb, E., Young, 

Dietzel, Hartin, Brent, 

Montgomery 

David, Bering, Moore, M., 

Gunn, Dowdy, Billings, D., 

McCollum, Smith, L., Delavan, 

Bdldw/in 

Coats, Simmons, Jaeggli, 

Perkins, Marshall, Johnsen 

Harris, M., Cruser, Lutz, 

Lynn, M. 




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Tdshnek, Schmidt, Friedberg, 
Macow, Mdrwil 

Golenternek, Engler, Cherkds, 
Grossman, Nevelow, Rubin 



Delta Phi Epsilon 



HISTORY 

Delta Phi Epsilon was founded at New York University, New York, on March 17, 
1917. There are now sixteen active chapters in the United States and Canada. In 
1925 a scholarship fund was established, from which an annual award is given to a 
freshman girl entering a college in which Delta Phi Epsilon has a chapter. The sorority 
includes social work as an important part in its policy. Each chapter undertakes a chari- 
table project in the city in which the college is located. On Founder's Day the chapters 
join in observing charitable day. The sorority awards each year a "good and welfare' 
cup to the individual chapter which has achieved the highest standing in regard to scholar 
ship, achievement in college and community activities, and cooperation with the nationa 
organization. The sorority publishes the Delta Phi Epsilon Ouarterly, a songbook, and 
a biennial manual. 

Chi Chapter was established at The University of Texas in 1934. 



OFFICERS 



Regina . . . . 
Vice-Regina . 
Corresponding Secretary 
Recording Secretary 
Treasurer . . . . 



Evelyn Cherkas 
Minette Tobolowsky 
Sylvia Golenternek 
Florence Forchheimer 
Dorothy Ray Levinson 




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SENIORS 


JUNIORS 




SOPHOMORES 


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Beatrice Friedberg, A. & S., Houston 
Jeannette Macow, Ed., Austin 
Sylvia Schmidt, A. St S., Austin 
Shirley Rae Tashnek, Ed., Houston 


Evelyn Cherkas, B. Ad., Sealy 
Sylvia Englcr, A. & S., Fort Worth 
Sylvia Golenlernek, Ed., Tyler 
Etta Leff, Ed., Houston 

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Florence Forchheimer, A. & S., Alpine 
Frieda Leibman, Ed., San Antonio 



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Doris Marv^il, Ed., Henderson 

Helen Nevelow, A. & S., San Antonio 

Valerie Rosenthal, A. & S., Brownsville 

Bertha Stool, Ed., Wink 

Minette Tobolowsky, Ed., Alvarado 



PLEDGES 

Laurette Bodziner, A. & S., Savannah, Georsia 
Frances Bornstein, A. & S., Austin 
Diane Fishman, A. & S., Raymondville 
Helen Fox, A. & S., Dallas 
Frances Grossman, A. & S., Austin 



PLEDGES 

Dorothy Levy, A. & S., Galveston 
Maxine Levy, A. & S., Austin 
Jeanette Melcher, A. & S., McAllen 
Miriam Rubin, B. Ad., Amarillo 
Miriam Siegal, A. & S., Dallas 




Levinson, Leff, Rosenthal, 
Tobolowsky, Stool 

Forchheimer, Leibman, Fox, 
Siegal, Levy, M. 

Bodziner, Fishman, Bornstein, 
Levy, D., Melcher 





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Ingrum, Correll, Butcher, 
Schumann, Anderson; Ruth 

Gartmdn, E., Barbc, Peri 
Goforth, Bartelt, Phipps 

Ehlers, Campbell, Best, 
Vallance, Schroeder, O'Hara 



Gamma Phi Beta 



HISTORY 

Gamma Phi Beta, first girl's chapter to be known as a "sorority," was Founded on 
November 11, 1874, at Syracuse University. Since that time the organization has grown 
to include Forty-eight international chapters. Gamma Phi Beta maintains an endowment 
Fund which is partially used to support a biennial Fellowship award For study in social 
sciences through the American Association oF University Women to women not members 
oF the sorority. During the World War, the sorority contributed to the support oF Belgian 
children and later took an active part in a relieF program in the Near East. It maintains 
camps For underprivileged girls in Colorado, Vancouver, and Virginia. 

Alpha Zeta Chapter was established at The University oF Texas in 1922. 



OFFICERS 

President Claudia Barbe 

Vice-President Mona Parkinson 

Secretary Margaret Correll 

Treasurer Ola Mae Peril 

Rush Captain Gene White 



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SENIORS 

Marie Anderson, A. & S., Plainview 

CIdudid Bdrbe, A. & S., Lake Charles, Louisiana 

Mary Elinor Bartelt, A. & S., Austin 

Mdxine Butcher, A. & S., Houston 

AniCd Campbell, A. & S., Houston 

Marsdret Correll, A. & S., Austin 

Joyce Ehlers, A. 8c S., Yorlctown 

Evelyn Gartman, A. & S., Goldthwaite 



Gamma Phi Beta 



SENIORS (Continued) 

Helen ^Aiz Goforth, A. & S., Brownsville 
Estellc Insrum, A. & S., Conroc 
Ola Mae Peril, A. & S., Mountain Home 
Jean Phipps, A. & S., Harlinscn 
Sue Pickens, A. & S. San Antonio 
Lillie Ruth, B. Ad., Gladewater 
Helen Schroeder, B. Ad., Jourdantown 
Bettic Vallance, A. & S., Houston 



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JUNIORS 

Bennie Bryan, A. & S., Cleburne 
Mona Parkinson, A. & S., Austin 
Naomi Slimp, A. & S., San Antonio 
Gene White, A. & S., Dallas 

SOPHOMORE 

Mary Nette Snider, A. & S., San Antonio 



PLEDGES 

Wilma Doug Best, A. & S., Woodvilie 
Jane Schumann, A. & S., Sesuin 
Mary Annicc Bush, A. & S., Harlingen 
Grace Frey, A. & 5., Cuero 
Cecilc Hampton, A. & S., Clyde 
Catherync Melton, A. & S., Pharr 
Ruth B. O'Hara, A. & S., San Antonio 
Frances Powell, A. & S., Lubbock 
Suzanne Ayers, A. & S., Donna 
Frances Gorham, A. & S., Cisco 



PLEDGES 

Eloise Pennycuick, A. 8c S., Crystal City 
Courtney, Sieker, A. & S., Kerrville 
Ruby Nell Braly, A. & S., McCamy 
Jean Cox, A. & S., Austin 
Louise Gartman, A. & S., Goldthwaite 
Dorothy Gohmert, A. & S., Cameron 
Joyce Penick, A. & S., Austin 
Charlotte Robinson, A. & S., Austin 
Mary Frances Smith, A. & S., Austin 



FACULTY 

Annie Hill Reference Librarian 

Lorena Baker Loan Librarian 







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Frey, Parkinson, 

Slimp, White, Sieker, 
Pennycuick, Snider, Ayers 

Gorham, Cox, Robinson, 
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Thiele, Autrey, Cook, Smith, N., 
Stephens, Storm, M., White 

Harwood, Floore, Smith, S., 
hloard, F., Elliot, Beazley, A., 
Weymouth, Brownlee, C, 
Center, Duncan 

Gist, Reed, Owens, Crow, 
Bloss, Brainard, Ligon, M., 
Wofford, Belknap, Blewett 

Sager, Ransom, Roach, 
Woodruff, Marks, Dooley, 
Umphres, Gentry, Lydir'' 
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Kappa Alpha Theta 



HISTORY 

Kappa Alpha Theta, first women's Greek organization modeled on the principles of 
men's fraternities, was founded at DePauw University, Greencastle, Indiana, in 1870. 
There are now sixty-five internationally active chapters on the sorority roll. A loan fund 
is maintained which is available for the use of undergraduates who need assistance in 
completing their college work. A fellowship is awarded every third year for graduate 
study. A quarterly directory is issued to strengthen the organized alumnae groups by 
contact with active work. In 1930 a complete history of the sorority was published. 

From a local club on The University of Texas campus the Alpha Theta Chapter was 
established in 1904. 




Ellen Umphres,IPresident 



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OFFICERS 



President . 
Vice-President 
Secretary . 
Treasurer 



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Ellen Umphres 
Arabella Wofford 
Margery Ligon 
Lois Sager 




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GRADUATE 

Agn« Cox^ Houston 

SENIORS 

Lillian Adams, A. 8: S., Brcnham 

Ida Mae Autrey, A. & S., Port Arthur 

Anna Claire Beazley, A. & S., San Angelo 

Caroline Brownlec, A. & S., Austin 

Burnice Center, A. & S., Shreveport, Louisiana 

Elizabeth Cook, A. & S., Buchanan Dam 

June Duncan, A. & S., Burnet 

Louise Elliot, A, & S., Amarillo 

Flo Floore, A. & S., Austin 

Frankie Gist, A. & S., Amarillo 

Martha Harwood, A. 8t S., Taft 

Frances Hoard, A. & S., El Paso 

Genevieve Majors, A. & S., Dallas 

Katherine Marshall, A. & S., Quanah 

Kathryn Owens, A. & S., Austin 

Mary Puckett, A. & S., San Antonio 

Johnnie Bess Reed, A. & S., Sterling City 

Naomi Smith, A. & S^ Temple 

Sara Smith, A. & S., Tyler 

Dorothy Sue Stephens, A. & S., Cleburne 

Mary Storm, A. & S., Amarillo 

Exeen Thiele, A. & S., Beaumont 

Essie Mae Wentworth, A. & S., Austin 

Margaret White, A. & S., Beaumont 



SECOND YEAR LAW 

Custer Yates, Brownsville 

JUNIORS 

Florence Aves, A. & S., Dickinson 

Barbara Belknap, A. & S., Dallas 

Polly Blanton, A. & S., Austin 

Lucille Blewitt, A. & S., Austin 

Betty Bloss, A. & S., Beaumont 

Jane Brainard, A. & S., Beaumont 

Lois Crow, A. & S., Dallas 

Dorothy Ann Dooley, A. & S^ Amarillo 

Jane Dunn, A. & S., Corpus Christi 

Jane Gentry, A. & S., Houston 

Nell Kuhn, A. & S., Houston 

Margery Ligon, A. & S., Austin 

Dorothy Marks, A. & S,, Austin 

Mary Nell Perkins, A. & S,, Quanah 

Marjorie Ransom, A. & S., Austin 

Blanche Riddle, A. & S., Dallas 

Kathryn Roach, A. & S., Amarillo 

Lois Sager, A. & S., Childress 

Winifred Small, A. & S., Amarillo 

Ellen Umphres, A. & S., Amarillo 

Arabella Wottord, A. & S., Athens 

Helen Marie Woodruff, A. & S., Houston 



SOPHOMORES 

Martha Louise Bell, A. 8: S., Corpus Christi 
Mary Brownlee, A. 8c S,, Austin 
Frances Embry, A. ft S., Trinity 
Mary Nell Gilmore, A. & S^ Houston 
Martha Bea Houston, A. ft S., McKinney 
Mary Louise Lydick, A. ft S., Houston 
Ann Nibbi, A. ft S., San Antonio 
Jean Scales, A. ft S., Marshall 



PLEDGES 

Virginia Alvey, A. ft S., San Antonio 

Bettye Banner, A. & S., Fort Worth 

Margaret Barron, A. & S., El Paso 

Gibbs Beazley, A. & S., San Angelo 

Betty Black, A. ft S., Austin 

Sara Cave, A. ft S., Houston 

Frances Chandler, A. & S^Cassville, Missouri 

Betty Lou Canary, Tulsa, Oklahoma 

Cecelia De Golyer, A. & S., Dallas 

Eloise DuBois, A. & S., Beaumont 

Lura Dunn, A. ft S., Corpus Christi 

Donnie Eraser, A. ft S., San Antonio 

Isabel Hall, A. ft S., Wesiaco 

Helen Hissrich, A. ft S., East St. Louis, Illinois 

Dorothy Hoard, A. ft S., El Paso 

Barbara Holleron, A. ft S., San Antonio 

Nancy Jennings, A. ft S., Houston 

Natalee Ligon, A. & S., Austin 



PLEDGES 

Louise Makeig, Ed., Amarillo 
Alice Lee McCelvey, A. & S., Temple 
Gay Miller, A. ft S., San Angelo 
Eloise Oliver, A. ft S., Dallas 
Jane Paylor, B. Ad., Dallas 
Ruth Phillips, A. ft S., Orange 
Katherine Earl Pierce, A. ft S., Marshall 
Carol Rogers, A. & S., Navasota 
Margaret Rolle, A. ft S., Houston 
Edith Scott, B. Ad., Center 
Margaret Smith, A. & S., Fort Worth 
Itasca Stewart, A. & S., Graham 
Evelyn Storm, A. & S., Amarillo 
Ruth Suehs, A. & S., Austin 
Rosemary Surman, A. & S., Post 
Elizabeth Wattcrworth, A. & S., Dallas 
Mary Ann Weymouth, A. ft S., Amarillo 



FACULTY 



Mary Kirkpatrick 
Hilda Rosene 



Education Librarian 

Assistant Professor of Zoology 




Houston, Brownlee, M., 
Gilmore, Scales, Nibbi, Dunn, 
De Golyer, Barron, Hoard, D., 
Rolle 

Watterworth, Miller, 
McCelvey, Chandler, Steward, 
Suehs, Smith, M., Holleron, 
Ligon, C, Jennings 

Makeig, Beazley, G., Paylor, 
Hall, Scott, Eraser, Hissrich, 
Canary, DuBois, Phillips 

Rogers, Black, Alvey, Banner, 
Surman, Pierce, Cave, Storm, E-, 
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Johnson, Norton, Allison, 
Stout, Runse, King, M. L., 
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Pope, Mullins, Jones, Daniel, 
Nagle, Corbett, Brooks, Moore, 
Yantis, Smith, J. 

Boswell, Kirvin, Baldwin, J., 
Crighton, Brown, B., Kleberg, 
Blount, Westbrook, Chance, 

Pitts 

Wilburn, Sanson, Baker, A., 
Brush, Schuler, Johnston, 
Beall, Bornefeld, Turner, 
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Kappa Kappa Gamma 



HISTORY 

Kappa Kappa Gamma was Founded at Monmouth College, Monmouth, Illinois, in 1870. 
The roll Includes seventy-one active chapters. Kappa Kappa Gamma promotes scholar- 
ship through awards which are supported by the sorority. The war project of the sorority 
was a dispensary in a small town in France. "The Key," national publication, was 
established in 1882 as the first magazine published by a sorority. Kappa Kappa Gamma 
was responsible for the founding of the National Panhellenic, which first met in 1891. 

Beta Xi Chapter was established at The University of Texas May 12, 1902. 




Jean Baldwin, President 



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OFFICERS 

President Jean Baldwin 

Secretary Nancy Jo Casey 

Treasurer Ellen Douglas Brooks 

Pledge Advisor Anne Baker 




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GRADUATES 

Jean Baldwin, Houston 
Beverly Gramann, Austin 

SENIORS 

Ann Temple Allen, A. & S., Austin 

Mary Jane Allison, A. & S., Houston 

Elizabeth Boswell, A. & S., Fort Worth 

Ellen Doufllas Brooks, A. 8e S., Wharton 

Nancy Brown, A. & S., La Granse 

Nancy Jo Casey, A. & S., Austin 

Kitty King Corbett, A. & S., Bay City 

Dorothy Cousins, A. & S., Austin 

Hallie Crighton, A. & S., Conroe 

Harriet May Daniel, A. & S., Temple 

Bitlie Day, A. & S., Waco 

Mary Elizabeth Johnson, A. & S., San Antonio 

Billie Bob Jones, A. & S., Lubbock 

Mary Jack King, A. & S., Marfa 

Mary Louisa King/ A. & S., Waco 

Mary Ellen Kirven, A. & S., Waxahachie 

Elizabeth Lightle, A. & S., Searcy, Arkansas 

Mary McDermott, A. & S., Fort Worth 

Betty Moore, A. & S., Sherman 

Dorothy Nagle, A. & S., Houston 

Marion Norton, A. & S., Dallas 



SENIORS (Continued) 

Frances Pope, A. & S., Austin 
Dorothy Runge, B. Ad., Galveston 
Jane Sheppard, A. & S., Cuero 
Martha Shuford, A. & S., Tyler 
Jessie Howard Smith, A. & S., Palestine 
Eleanor Stayton, A. & S., Austin 
Margaret Stout, A. & S., Sherman 
Betty Lois Stratton, A. & S., Austin 
Corinne Talley, A. & S., Temple 
Ellen Vantis, A. & S., Brownwood 



JUNIORS 

Anne Baker, A. & S., Houston 
Dawn Blair, A. & S., Austin 
Shelley Blount, A. & S., Fort Worth 
Elizabeth Brown, A. & S., Houston 
Patience Chance, Ed., Bryan 
Edwina Davis, A. & S., Waco 
Kathryn Holmes, A. & S., Nixon 
Mary Pitts, A. & S., Sherman 
Constance Schuler, A. & S., Waco 
Hallie Stayton, A. & S., Austin 
Orissa Stevenson, Eng., Houston 
Doris Thomas, A. & S., Marshall 
Virginia Turner, A. & S., Waco 
Sarah Ella Wilburn, A. & S., Houston 



SOPHOMORES 

Doris Baker, A. & S., Seguin 
Priscilla Baum, A. & S., Corsicana 
Lillian Beasley, A. & S., Beeville 
Barbara Bornefeld, A. & S., Galveston 
Jane Bothwell, A. & S., Galveston 
Virginia Ann Daniels, A. & S., Fort Worth 
Josephine Houston, A. & S., San Antonio 
Howard Kolstad, A. & S., Palestine 
Mary MacQuiston, A. & S., Dallas 
Virginia Rainey, A. & S., Bonham 
Helen Rathbone, A. & S., Austin 
Elizabeth Swift, A. & S., Palestine 
Auban Adell Tenison, A. & S., Houston 
M'liss Vaughan, A. & S., San Antonio 
Laura Wells, A. & S., San Antonio 



PLEDGES 

Carolyn Adriance, A. & S., Galveston 

Elma Allen, A. & S., Dallas 

Katharine Anderson, A. & S., Fort Worth 

Marjorie Baldwin, A. & S., Houston 

Jane Bailey, A. & S., Dallas 

Margaret Batts, A. & S., Fort Worth 

Camilla Beall, A. & S., Fort Worth 

Mary Borden, A. & S., San Antonio 

Anne Boyle, A. & S., San Antonio 

Betty Brush, A. & S., Austin 

Myrtis Bryan, A. & S., Nacogdoches 

Beryl Buckley, A. & S., San Antonio 

Louise Cherry, A. & S., San Antonio 

Martha Clarkson, A. & S., Corsicana 

Helen Day, A. & S., Waco 

Bashie Dimick, A. & S., Tyler 

Agnes Field, A. & S., Calvert 

Jo Carolyn Guidera, A. & S., San Antonio 

Fanne Halbert, A. & S., Corsicana 

Liza Halbert, A. & S., Corsicana 

Justine Hansen, A. & S., Dallas 

Katherine Highams, A. & S., Houston 



PLEDGES 

Janet Jalonick, A. & S., Dallas 
Ruth Johnston, A. & S., Houston 
Katherine Kleberg, A. & S., Corpus Christi 
Jean McEniry, A. & S., Houston 
Helen Joyce Merrill, A. & S., Houston 
Grey Lewis Mullins, A. & S., Temple 
Elizabeth Niggli, A. & S., Austin 
Alice Ann Nitschke, A. & S., Austin 
Jane Rice, A. & S., San Antonio 
Mary Earle Sansom, A. & S., Plainview 
Ann Schumacher, A. & S., Houston 
EllieSemple, A. & S., El Paso 
Frances Ann Smith, A. & S., Huntsvillc 
Margaret F. Smith, A. & S., Dallas 
Mary Grace Spann, A. & S., Navasota 
Lois Starkey, A. & S^ Houston 
Peggy Stover, A. & S., Tulsa, Oklahoma 
Ellender Stribling, A. & S., Waco 
Betty Trammell, A. & S., Fort Worth 
Elizabeth Weichsel, A. & S., Dallas 
Mary Louise Westbrook, A. & S., Waco 



FACULTY 

Elizabeth Baker Long Pianist in Physical Training for Women 

Lucy Rathbone Professor of Home Economics 

Agnes Stacy Instructor in Physical Training for Women 




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Baum, Beasley, Swift, E., Wells, 
Stribling, Adriance, Jalonick, 
Anderson, Trammell, Cherry 

Vaughan, Tenison, MacQuiston, 
Daniels, Rainey, Field, Bailey- 
Smith, M., Dimick, Weichsel 

Halbert, F., Bothwell, Kolstad, 
Rathbone, Niggli, Highams, 
Baldwin, M., Buckley, Guidera, 
Boyle 

Spann, Borden, Bryan, Nitschke, 
Smith, F., Rice, Stover, 
Schumacher, McEniry, Starkey 




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Glidewell, Ramsey, Boeck 

Autry, Schulle, Riedel, Morse, 
Hyer, Brain 



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PhiMu 



HISTORY 

Phi Mu was originally the Philomathean, a local organization, founded at Wesleyan 
College, Macon, Georgia, in 1852. The Greek name was adopted in 1904. The 
chapter roll includes Fifty-nine active chapters. The fraternity supports the Alpha Memorial 
Scholarship Fund for undergraduates, and a hHealth Mobile which operates in Georgia 
among unfortunate people. Phi Mu supervises the scholarship of its chapters, awarding 
each year a cup to the chapter having the highest scholastic standing. A graduate fellow- 
ship is given each year through the American Association of University Women to a 
graduate in any college where Phi Mu has a chapter. 

Phi Mu was chartered at The University of Texas in 1913. 




Florence Sears, President 



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OFFICERS 



President . 
Vice-President 
Secretary . 
Treasurer 



Florence Sears 
FHelen Ramsey 
Alice Brain 
Margaret Glidewel 




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GRADUATES 

lulh Alexander, Taylor 

litty Siegel, Newport News, Virginia 

SENIORS 

-Margaret Glidewefl, B. Ad., Wichita Falls 
^el€n Ramsey, A. & S., Austin 
lorcnce Sears, A. & S,, San Antonio 



FIRST YEAR LAW 
Charlotte Boeck, Austin 

JUNIORS 

Alice Brain, A. & S., Humble 
Mary Ruth Riedel, Ed., San Antonio 
Grace Schulle, A. & S., Austin 



SOPHOMORES 

Valdena Frye, A. & S., Alamogarda, New Mexico 
Grace Lake, A. & S., Dallas 
Helen Wesley, A. & S., Austin 



PLEDGES 

Dorothy Caruthers, A. & S., Senior, San Antonio 
Evelyn Autry, A. & S., Junior, Houston 
Marie Fairbanks, A. & S., Junior, San Antonio 
Maxine Hyer, Ed., Junior, Buckholts 
Norma Morse, A. & S., Junior, Jenninss, Louisiana 
Dorothy Layton, A. & S., Sophomore, Humble 
Dorothy Barnes, A. & S., Freshman, Austin 
Marguerite Blackshear, A. & S., Freshman, Aspermont 
Regina Brelsford, A. & S., Freshman, Austin 



PLEDGES 

Joan Bulkley, A. & S., Freshman, Houston 
Arnette Chote, A. & S., Freshman, Austin 
Pdttie May Dodson, A. & S., Freshman, Woodsboro 
Claire Foster, A. & S., Freshman, Houston 
Bonnie Hallman, A. & S., Freshman, Orangefield 
Janice Nixon, A. & S., Freshman, San Antonio 
Helen Smartt, A. & S., Freshman, Austin 
Ray Pearl Wood, A. & S., Freshman, Houston 



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FACULTY 



Louise Landis Armstrong 



Instructor in Home Economics 



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**J,i^ Layton, Smartt 

Wood, Brelsford, Dodson, 
Chote, Bulkley, Nixon, Foster 




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Terry, Cox, Harris, A., Denman, 
Hogsett, Wilie, Lrchte, 
McElhannon, Hume, Simpson 

Morrow, Weddington, 
Reynolds, Harris, H., Field, 
Johnson, E., Archer, Grain, 
George, Carver 

Jameson, L., Russell, C, 
Culton, Montgomery, M., 
Green, K., Harrison, Schmidt, 
Wilder, Arnold, Patton, Russ 

Marshall, Sibley, Hollis, 
Grissom, Pierce, Gill, Lawder, 
Knies, Williams, Gannon, 
Sanders 

Schneider, Middleton, Fisher, 
Darst, Maer, Aldred, Turner, 
Richcy, Mcpherson, Ellis, 
Campbell 



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HISTORY 

Pi Beta Phi was founded April 28, 1867, at Monmouth College, Monmouth, Illinois. 
As an organization of college women it was the first to be established as a national 
fraternity. In 1912 the Settlement School was founded at Gatlinburg, Tennessee, In 
memory of the twelve founders of Pi Beta Phi, to educate the mountain people. The 
fraternity maintains a graduate fellowship and a permanent undergraduate loan fund. 
In 1935 Texas Alpha Chapter won the Balfour Cup, the annual reward given by the 
fraternity to the most oustanding chapter. 

Texas Alpha Chapter of Pi Beta Phi was established at The University of Texas in 1902. 




Lorna^Hume, President 



OFFICERS 



President . . . . 
Vice-President 
Recording Secretary 
Corresponding Secretary 
Treasurer . . . . 







Lorna FHume 

Martha Chastain Schmidt 

Jane Denman 

Mary Vaughan Montgomery 

Majorie Archer 



Pi Beta Phi 



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GRADUATE 

Mary Helen Terry, Ddllas 

SENIORS 

Marjoric Archer, A. & S., Houston 

Emily Ann Bryant, A. & S., San Antonio 

Barbara Carver, A. & S., Hillsboro 

Margery Cox, A. & S., Houston 

Mary Crain, A. & S., Houston 

Dorothy Lou Culton, A. & S., Corpus Christi 

Jane Denman, A. & S., LuFkin 

Nonie Field, A. & S., Calvert 

Mary Helen George, B. Ad., Brownsville 

(Catherine Green, A. & S., Dallas 

Anne Harris, A. & S., El Paso 

Helen Harris, A. & S., El Paso 

Juanifa Harrison, A. & S., Longviev^' 

Anna Melissa Hogsett, A. & S., Fori Worth 

Lorna Hume, A. & S., Eagle Pass 

Louise Jameson, A. & S., El Paso 

Elva Johnson, A. & S., Houston 

Edith Knies, A. & S., Austin 

Bess Lichte, A. & S., Bryan 

Mary Nancy McElhannon, A. & S., Sherman 

Mary Vaughan Montgomery, A. & S., Dallas 

Genevieve Morrow, A. & S., Houston 

Mary Reynolds, A. & S., Fort Worth 

Carolyn Russell, A. & S., Houston 

Martha Chastain Schmidt, A. & S., Austin 

Rowena Simpson, A. & S-, Houston 

Peggy Stinnette, B. Ad., Fort Worth 

Alice Vaughan, A. & S., Port Arthur 

Ruth Weddingtofv A. & S., Bryan 

Bernice Wilder, Ed., Austin 

Evelyn Wilie, A. & S., Austin 



JUNIORS 

Val Jean Aldrcd, A. & S., Austin 

Jane Arnold, A. & S., Houston 

Jane Bidder, A. & S., Austin 

Lucile Campbell, A. & S., San Antonio 

Anne Cartwrighf, A. & S., Waco 

Mary Casey, A. & S., San Antonio 

Anida Darst, A. & S., Richmond 

Jean Ellis, A. & S., Hazelhurst, Mississippi 

June Fisher, A. & S., Dallas 

Patsy Gannon, A. & S., Dallas 

Pauline Gill, A. & S., Terrell 

Florence Hollis, A. & S^ Eagle Pass 

Roberta Johnson, A. & S^ Houston 

Catherine Lawder, A. & S., Houston 

Charlotte Maer, A. & S., Wichita Falls 

Emily Marshall, A. & S., Dallas 

Carroll McPherson, A. & S., Longview 

Virginia Middletcn, A. & S., Corsicana 

Laura Patton, Eng., rCerrville 

Jeanne Richey, A. & S., San Antonio 

Ann Russ, A. & S., Albany 

Jean Sanders, A. & S., Nacogdoches 

Mary Anne Schneider, A. & S., Austin 

Frances Sibley, A. & S., Austin 

Mary Lou Stuart, A. & S., Texarkana 

Evie Rush Trigg, A. & S., Dallas 

Dorothy Turner, A. & S., Houston 

Eleanor Williams, A. & S., Baliinger 



SOPHOMORES 

Betty Blankenbeclcler, A. & S., Austin 

Dorothy Brewer, A. & S., San Antonio 

Francis Butler, A. & S., Austin 

Doris Dickinson, A. & S., Galveston 

Anne Finch, A. & S., Austin 

Jane Green, A. & S., Dallas 

Gene Gregg, A. & S., Rusk 

Penelope Hayter, A. & S., Nacogdoches 

Jean Hudson, A. & S., Houston 

Mary Lee Humlong, A. & S., San Angelo 

Dorothy Jones, A. & S., Comfort 

Pesgy Kreisle, A. & S., Austin 

Kate Gill Marriott, A. & S., Terrell 

Marjory Morgan, A. & S., San Angelo 

Mary Nash, A. & S., Austin 

Adele Neely, Ed.. Dallas 

Mary Kathryn Small, A. & S., Austin 



PLEDGES 

Bettie Jean Alger, A. & S., Houston 

Margaret Bachtel, A. & S., San Antonio 

Dorothy Ball, A. & S., Houston 

Betty Berly, A. & S., Harlingen 

Katherine Booty, A. & S., Tyler 

Barbara Browne, A. & S., San Antonio 

Margaret May Burchard, A. & S., Gonzales 

Mildred Caldwell, A. & S., San Antonio 

Phyllis Childs, A. & S., Houston 

Edith Cochran, A. & S., San Antonio 

Carolynn Fortson, A. & S., Fort Worth 

Nancy Grissom, A. & S., Abilene 

Katherine Hamilton, A. & S., Dallas 

Mary Honoure Henry, A, & S., Yazoo City, Mississippi 

Sara Holmes, A. & S., Corsicana 

Jeanne Howe, A. & S., Amarillo 

Elizabeth Jameson, A. & S., San Antonio 

Jeanne John, A. & S., Galveston 

Mollye Catherine Johnson, A. & S., 'Dallas 

Alice Keith, A. & S., Port Neches 



PLEDGES 

Margaret Leachman, A. & S., Dallas 

Virginia Lucker, A. & S., Fort Worth 

Doris McReynolds, A. & S., Port Arthur 

Emily Miller, A. & S., Austin 

Jean Montgomery, A. & S., Dallas 

Velma Gene Moore, A. & S., Vernon 

Ama Norfleet, A. & S., Shreveport, Louisiana 

Anna Mary Pierce, Phar., Corsicana 

Helen Robinson, A. & S., Austin 

Betsy Russell, A. & S., Bonham 

Jeannette Russell, A. & S., Houston 

Mary Ann Scales, A. & S., Del Rio 

Cassie Mae Springfield, A. & S., Mercedes 

Sue Spivey, A. & S., Bonham 

Christine Stone, A. & S., Fort Worth 

Florence Thompson, A. & S., Dallas 

Dorothy Townes, A. & S., Houston 

Mary Katherine Underwood, A. & S., Athens 

Susan Walker, A. & S., Leander 



FACULTY 
Tooley Williamson Instructor in Physical Training for Women 




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Johnson, R., Casey, Trigg, 
Berly, Vaughan, Stuart, Bickler, 
Booty, Moore, Kreisle, Marriott 

Browne, Nash, Morgan, 
Montgomery, J., Hamilton, 
Henry, Green, J., Hudson, 
Small, Neely, Cartwright 

Dickinson, Brewer, Hayter, 
McReynolds, Lucker, Keith, 
Finch, Humlong, Gregg, 
Blankenbeckler, Caldwell 

Russell, B., Cochran, Robinson, 
Miller, Bachtel, Johnson, M., 
Scales, Burchard, Springfield, 
Thompson, Leachman 

Alger, Howe, Walker, 
Russell, J., Ball, Spivey, John, 
Norfleet, Holmes, Jameson, E., 
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Browning, House, Bryson, S., 
Stdrclce^^ Jackson, Spence, 
Pugh, Campbell, M., Dennis, 
Combest 

Cdlldwdy, Tullos, Aden, 
Dickson, Wyche, Griffin, 
Richards, Jennings, Kastner, 
Walker, D. 

Alexander, V., Lyie, Wier, 
Reed, Wicks, Alexander, A., 
Qudid, Noeike, Prowse, 
Tisinger 

Haggard, Lewright, R., Agnor, 
Abney, Weinert, Murphey, 
Appling, Zapp, Edwards, 
Woodward, Stroud, B. 

Settegast, Metzger, Ferguson, 
Thompson, Lacy, J., Hull, 
Foster, Young, Hereford, 
Hargis, Gene; Hargis, Grace 




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Zeta Tau Alpha 



HISTORY 

Zeta Tau Alpha was founded October 15, 1898, at Virginia State Normal School, 
Farmville, Virginia. Organized by a group of Southern girls, the sorority's expansion 
was at first confined to the South. The Greek name was selected in the spring of 1899. 
In 1902 a charter was granted by the legislature of Virginia. The sorority has sixty-one 
active chapters. Zeta Tau Alpha maintains scholarship loan funds, available to all girls, 
and a scholarship in child care and training at The University of Texas. The Currin 
Valley Health Center, supported by the sorority, does work among the people of the 
Virginia mountains. 

Kappa Chapter was established at The University of Texas in 1906. 



OFFICERS 



President . . . , 
Vice-President 
Recording Secretary 
Corresponding Secretary 
Treasurer . . . . 



Billy Ruth Young 

Barbara Hull 

Kathryn Spence 

Mary Katherine Settegast 

Shudde Bess Bryson 





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GRADUATES 

Kdtherine Browning, Vodlcum 
Shudde Bess Bryson, Bdstrop 
Dorothy House, yodkum 

SENIORS 

Elizabeth Aden, A. 8e S., Longview 
Anna Pearl Alexander, A. & S., Bastrop 
Virginia Alexander, A. ft S., Houston 
Carolyn Callaway, A. & S., Brownwood 
May Jane Campbell, A. & S. Houston 
Frances Combest, B. Ad., Beaumont 
Frances Cook, A. & S., Palestine 
Caren Crouch, A. & S., Dallas 
Dorothy Dennis, A. & S., San Antonio 
Lucy Lee Dickson, A. & S., Cleburne 
Rosa May Egbert, A. & S., El Paso 
Elizabeth Griffin, Ed., McAllen 
Helen Haggard, A. & S., San Antonio 
Peggy Jackson, A. & S., Abilene 
John Frances Jennings, A. & S., Houston 
Juanitd Kastner, A. 8e S., New Braunfels 
Mary Katharine Lyle, A. & S., Shamrock 
Mary Jo McAngus, A. & S., Austin 
Jacqueline Noeike, B. Ad., San Angelo 
Zulema Prowse, B. Ad., Alice 
Myrtie May Pugh, A. & S., Marshall 
Margaret Quaid, A. &'S., El Paso 
Marienne Reed, A. & S., Austin 
Louise Richards, A. & S., Gainesville 
Kathryn Spence, A. 8; S., Hebbronville 
Ella Mae Starcke, 8. Ad., San Antonio 
Bess Tisinger, A. & S., Dallas 
Ruth Tulloss, A. & S., San Antonio 
Mary Jo Wicks, A. & S., San Antonio 
Helen Wier, A. & S., Houston 
Elizabeth Wyche, A. & S., Longview 



JUNIORS 

Anna Abney, A. & S^ Marshall 

Martha Agnor, A. & S., Marshall 

Glenn Appling, A. & S., Luling 

LaVerne Bryson, A. & S., Bastrop 

Eleanor Dumble, B. Ad., San Antonio 

Seawillow Edwards, A. & S., Beaumont 

Ann Foster, A. & S^ Dallas 

Jane Grider, A. & S., El Paso 

Evamae Harp, Ed., San Antonio 

Janctte Hicks, A. & S., Fort Worth 

Minnie Katherine Holmes, A. & S., Shamrock 

Barbara Hull, A. & S., St. Louis, Missouri 

Julia Lacy, A. & S., Dallas 

Ruth Lewright, A. & S., San Antonio 

Sunny Murphey, A. & 5., San Antonio 

Marjorie Osborne, Ed., Bethany, Louisiana 

Nell Schermerhorn, A. & S., Shreveport, Louisiana 

Mary Katherine Settegast, A. & S^ Houston 

Juliette StancliFf, A. & S., New Orleans, Louisiana 

Ann Sternberger, A. & S., Palestine 

Blake Stroud, A. & S., Austin 

Frances Utiey, A. & S., Sinton 

Nancy Woodward, A. & S., Austin 

Alma Wright, Ed., San Antonio 

Billy Ruth Young, A. & S., Corsicana 

Joyce Zapp, A. & S., Palestine 



SOPHOMORES 

Charlcnc Chandler, A. & S., Hamilton 

Mary Frances Crow, A. & S^ Houston 

Suzanne Dunning, A. & S., Gonzales 

Lynn Greusel, A. & S., Houston 

Ann Harlan, A. & S., Austin 

Shirley Kerr, A. & S., Houston 

Doris Lawhon, A. & S., Beaumont 

Josephine Lewright, A. & S., San Antonio 

Dawn Paulus, A. & S., Yoakum 

Dorothy Lee Perkins, A. & S., Bastrop 

Jane Stroud, A. & S., Austin 

Mildred Walker, A. & S., Shreveport, Louisiana 




PLEDGES 

Isabel Ballard, A. & S., CotuKa 
Elisabeth Baugh, A. & S., Temple 
Mary Lewis Blundcll, A. & S., Lockhart 
Joan Brewster, A. & S., Temple 
Helen Butler, A. & S., Eastland 
Catherine Cade, A. & S., San Antonio 
Ann Campbell, A. & S., Houston 
Betty Ruth Curtis, A. & S., Fort Worth 
Doris Day, A. & S., Lockhart 
Jane Elledge, A. & S., Houston 
Eleanor Ferguson, A. 8>. S., Fort Worth 
June Gray, A. & S., Corpus Christ! 
Gene Aubrey Hargis, Ed., San Antonio 
Grace Adele Hargis, Ed., San Antonio 
Nettie Ruth Hereford, A. & S., Corpus Christi 
Miary Hillyer, A. & S., Tampico, Mexico 
Elsie Holmes, A. & S., Yazoo City, Mississippi 
Mary Hurlbut, A. & S., Brownwood 
Anne Hutchison, A. & S^. Texarkana 
Mildred James, A. & S., Tyler 
Rubye Y. Kelso, A. & S., Austin 
Mary Lee Kenley, A. & S., Austin 
Virginia Kerr, Ed., Corsicana 
Jeanne Lacy, A. & S., Dallas 



PLEDGES 

Patsy Linden, A. & S., San Antonio 

Sue Locher, A. & S., Houston 

Peggy Locke, Ed., San Antonio 

Cecelia Jane Metzger, A. & S., Dallas 

Nancy Moore, A. & S., Aransas Pass 

Eugenia Morris, A. & S., Houston 

Mavis Murray, A. & S., Austin 

Jean Patton, A. & S., San Antonio 

Helen Patton, A. & S., San Antonio 

Polly Poole, A. & S., Cotulla 

Stella Margaret Prude, A. & S., Brownwood 

Margaret Robbins,A. & S., Houston 

Jeanette Rountree, A. & S., Houston 

Katherine Schlafli, A. & S., Seguin 

Barbara Ann Schumacher, A. & S., Houston 

Gene Simcox, A. & S. Fort Worth 

La Moine Sindorf, A. & S., Midland 

Lorraine Tellepsen, A. & S., Houston 

Doll Thompson, A. & S., Lufkin 

Pattie Sue Valentine, A. & S., Palestine 

Marjorie Wadley, A. & S., San Antonio 

Dottie Walker, A. & S., Tyler 

Margaret Weinert, B. Ad., Brownsvill 

Birdie Kathryn Willis, A. & S., Livingston 




Schermerhorn, Holmes, M., 
Kelso, Kenley, Harp, Osborne, 
Baugh, Hicks, Wright, StancliFf, 
Bryson, L. 

Grider, Paulus, Walker, M., 
Greusel, Lewright, J., Hurlbut, 
Kerr, S., Campbell, A., Perkins, 
Locke, Blundell 

Harlan, Hutchison, Tellepsen, 
Dunning, Crow, Murray, 
Patton, H., Stroud, J., Chandler, 
Curtis, Brewster 

Simcox, James, Robbins, 
Kerr, V., Patton, J., Schumacher, 
Butler, Willis, Day, Rountree, 
Valentine 

Linden, Gray, Hillyer, Morris, 
Moore, Sindorf, Wadley, 
Holmes^ E., Ballard, Lacy, J. A , 
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Little different from tlie life 
of any other student, is that 
of the fraternity man. 

Like Frank Yochem who is with 
Ann Sternberger, he takes his girl 
to the Chuck wagon. 

Or plays at his fraternity house, 
asskarl. 

Of course, some of his time goes 
to study. George Covert and Ed 
Suttles, Kappa Alpha pledges, are 
studying at their chapter house. 

Usually in the fall and spring he 
attends his formal and escorts a 
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At least three times a year the 
fraternities all cooperate. 

Practically every man is engaged 
in some intramural sport. 

During Round-Up they vie with 
floats for cups presented by the Uni- 
versity Co-Op. 

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Gramann, Hirsch, Autrey, 
Wynne 

Barbe, Schmidt, Ravey, 
Morrow, Buchtlcr, Dc Wo( 
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Panhellenic 



OFFICERS 

President Ida Mae Autrey 

Vice-President Betty Wynne 

Secretary Marguerite Winn 

Treasurer FHelen Scott 



Senior Representative Junior Representative Alumna Representative 



Alpha Chi Omega . 
Alpha Delta Pi 
Alpha Epsilon Phi 
Alpha Phi . 
Alpha Xi Delta 
Chi Omega . 
Delta Delta Delta 
Delta Phi Epsilon . 
Gamma Phi Beta 
Kappa Alpha Theta 
Kappa Kappa Gamma 
Phi Mu . 
Pi Beta Phi 
Zeta Tau Alpha . 



Caryl De Woody . 
Marjorie Buchtler 
Frances Hirsch 
Marguerite Winn 
Betty Wynne . 
Helen Scott 
Lois Ravey 
Sylvia Schmidt 
Claudia Barbe 
Ida Mae Autrey . 
Beverly Gramann 
Betty Siegel 
Genevieve Morrow 
Mary Jo McAngus 



Elsie McKellar 
Elizabeth Kniveton 
Lethale Capland 
Mary Frances Keith 
Cora Steinmann 
Alyeen Wood 
Mary K. Duggan 
Valerie Rosenthal 
Gene White 
Dorothy Marks . 
Betsy Brown 
Grace Schulle 
Emily Marshall 
Marjorie Osborne 



Mrs. Hugh Lynn 

Mrs. G. E. Bray 

Mrs. H. Eichenbaum 

Mary Jo Short 

Maxine Fincher 

Mrs. Barney Farmer 

Mrs. W. A. Bramlette 

Florence Levy 

Mrs. Pauline Eatman 

Mary Kirkpatrick 

Mrs. Eleanor Niggli Tyler 

Mrs. Peter Midkiff 

Mrs. J. T. Barton 

Mrs. Emory B. Thompson 






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The Panhellenic Council, which was installed at the University in 1904, is composed oF a senior, 
a junior, and an alumna from each national sorority represented in the University. At the meetings, 
which are held once a month at the chapter houses, problems of the sororities are discussed. Panhellenic 
encourages the sororities to work together for the good of the school. 

A scholarship cup is offered each year by the organization to the sorority with the highest standing. 
Rules and regulations for rushing and pledging are made by Panhellenic. 



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Interfraternity Council 



Denman, Bennett,' Park, King, 
Westbrook, Sheppard, Good- 
friend 

Kleberg, Hutchinson, Walker 
Neely, West, Wilson, Moor 

Wassell, Whitsett, Whitman, 
Meer, Morris, Feinberg, 
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OFFICERS 

President John Whitman 

Vice-President Robert Park 

Secretary Leroy Denman 

Reporter Joel Westbrook 

MEMBERS 

Richard Kleberg Alpha Tau Omesa 

Robert P. Doherty Beta Theta Pi 

James Walker Chi Phi 

Clinton Bennett Delta Chi 

Roy Berry Delta Kappa Epsilon 

Joe Wilson Delta Tau Delta 

Davis Morris Delta Theta Phi 

John Ben Sheppard Kappa Alpha 

Robert Park Kappa Sigma 

Stanley Neely Phi Delta Theta 

Alford King Phi Gamma Delta 

Ramsey Moore Phi Kappa Psi 

Stein Feinberg Phi Sigma Delta 

Emmett Whitsett Pi Kappa Alpha 

Joel Westbrook Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

Irving GoodFriend Sigma Alpha Mu 

Leroy Denman Sigma Chi 

Milton West Sigma Nu 

Everett Hutchinson Sigma Phi Epsilon 

Julian Meer Tau Delta Phi 

John Wassell Theta Xi 

The Interfraternity Council, which was founded in 1926, attempts to solve problems peculiar to fra- 
ternities, such as rushing activities, intramurals, and the formulation of general rules of policy between 
fraternal and non-fraternal groups. 

This year the Council with the aid of other campus groups sponsored a "Varsity Carnival" and 
established a permanent scholarship fund with the profits. 

One member, selected from each of the fraternities, together with Dean V. I. Moore, Dean H. T. 
Parlin, Judge A. W. Walker, Dr. Stuart A. MacCorkle, the faculty advisors, comprise the membership 
of the Council. 

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Boehme,Wulff, Tipton, Milkr, B. 
Walthall, Sweeney 

Rooke, Bond, Boone, Leslie, 
Bracher, Ash, Morehouse, 
McDaniel, Wood, Burns 

Tripplehorn, W., Bergfeld, 
Pickett, P., Pitzer, Tripplehorn, 
K., Smither, Weil, Geeslin, B., 
Gibbard, Pickett, N. 

Zanes, Morris, Gammagc, 
Kleberg, Osborne, Miller, S., 
Bachman, Bevil, A., Cappell, 
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Alpha Tau Omega 



HISTORY 

Alpha Tau Omega was founded at Richmond, Virginia, in 1865. It was the first 
fraternity organized after the Civil War. A national extent was planned from the first. 
Alpha Tau Omega was the first Southern fraternity to be established in the North, its 
success being in part due to members of other fraternities who joined its efforts to over- 
come sectional feeling. There are ninety-three active chapters. Alpha Tau Omega 
was the first fraternity to become incorporated. The fraternity publishes a quarterly, 
"The Palm," which has appeared continually since its establishment in 1880. General 
directories are issued by the national office, and many alumni associations and chapters 
also publish directories. 

Texas Gamma Eta Chapter was established at The University of Texas in 1897. 




Louis Nelson, President 



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OFFICERS 

President Louis Nelson 

Vice-President hiarvey Weil 

Treasurer Nesbit Boehme 

Secretary Pascal Walthall 




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GRADUATES 

Joseph P. Ollan, San Antonio 
H. V. Reeves, El Campo 

SENIORS 

William F. Ash, A. ft S., Austin 

Jack A. Bergfeld, A. & S., New BraunFels 

J. Nesbit Boehme, B. Ad., San Antonio 

Joe J. Bond, B. Ad., Fort Worth 

Daniel Boone, Eng., Fort Worth 

Edwin G. Bracher, Law, Beaumont 

Ralph M. Burns, B. Ad., Indianapolis, Indiana 

Roy F. Leslie. B. Ad., San Antonio 

Howard H. Linn, B. Ad., Denison 

John D. Logan, Law, San Angelo 

Bradford Miller, Law, San Antonio 

Julian Morehouse, Eng., Dallas 

Gordon D. McDaniel, Law, Denison 

Louis V. Nelson, Law, Beaumont 

Patrick Pickett, B. Ad., Liberty 

William Pttzer, Eng., Breckenridge 

William B. Riley, B. Ad., Austin 

Vernon W. Rooke, Jr., A. & S., Houston 

Roy C. Smith. Eng., San Antonio 

Charles W. Smithcr, B. Ad., Huntsville 

James D. Sweeney, B. Ad., Breckenridge 

Tom L. Tipton, Law, Dallas 

Kent Tripplehorn, Eng., Fort Worth 

Willard Tripplehorn, B. Ad., Fort Worth 

Paschal Walthall, B. Ad., San Antonio 

John H. Wood, Law, San Antonio 

Fred R. Wulff, Law, Brady 



SECOND YEAR LAWS 

Ben D. Geeslin, Brady 
Larry Gibbard, Dallas 
Nolan D. Pickett, Liberty 
Harvey Weil, Corpus Christi 

FIRST YEAR LAWS 

Cleveland Bachman, Fort Worth 
Albert R. Bevil, Beaumont 
Charles Capped, El Campo 
Ernest Gammage, Houston 
Richard M. Kleberg, Corpus Chris;i 
Scott Miller, Dallas 
Carloss Morris, Houston 
Warren Osborne, Houston 
Walter R. Zanes, Dallas 



JUNIORS 

Todd, D. Burney, A. & S., San Antonio 
Jack Linthicum, A. & S., San Angelo 
Graham B. Milburn, A. & S., San Antonio 
Joseph F. Moore, Eng., Berryville 
George Northington, III, A. & S., Egypt 
Miller B. Pitts, A. & S^ Sherman 
James D. Rollin, A. & S., San Antonio 
Glen R. Solomon, B. Ad., Marshall 

SOPHOMORES 

John C. Cameron, A. & S., Houston 
Homer Y. Jones, A. & S., Houston 
Jack T. Procter, A. & S., Waco 
John G. Seaman, A. & S., Houston 
Robert Vineyard, B. Ad., Wharton 



PLEDGES 

Stanford A. Busby, A. & S., Junior, San Antonio 

Jasper Garrett, B. Ad., Junior, Corpus Christi 

Harry J. Glauser, B. Ad., Junior, Houston 

Harold Northington, A. & S., Junior, Egypt 

John A. Seale, A. & S., Junior, Nacogdoches 

Harry Wilder, A. & S., Junior, Corpus Christi 

Kirby Atwood, A. & S., Sophomore, San Antonio 

Robert H. Bogarte, Eng., Sophomore, Dallas 

Lewailen Borden, A. & S., Sophomore, Corpus Christi 

Conrad Griffin, Eng., Sophomore, Gayle 

Raymond C. Harrison, A. & S., Sophomore, Wharton 

Archie M. Heap, A. ft S., Sophomore, San Antonio 

Chester Marston, Eng., Sophomore, Bonham 

George W. Ramsey, A. & S., Sophomore, San Augustine 

Victor Sohle, B. Ad., Sophomore, Dallas 



PLEDGES 

Andrew Ben White, A. & S., Sophomore, Tyler 

John H. White, A. & S., Sophomore, San Antonio 

Neil H. Wright, B. Ad., Sophomore, Lubbock 

Irvin Alexander, Eng., Freshman, Dallas 

John B. Armstrong, A. & S., Freshman, Armstrong 

Harold H. Bevil, A. 8: S., Freshman, Beaumont 

Roy L. Brown, A. & S., Freshman, Houston 

Atlee N. Chittim, A. & S., Freshman, San Antonio 

Thurman S. Clements, A. ft S,, Freshman, Wharton 

Fielding Cochran, A. & S., Corpus Christi 

Gaddis Geeslin, Eng., Freshman, Brady 

John W. FHancock, A. & S., Freshman, El Campo 

Joe S. Markley, A. & S., Freshman, Beaumont 

Alvin Moncrief, Eng., Freshman, Fort Worth 

MyrI Self, A. & S., Freshman, Silsbee 

Robert Williams, A. & S., Freshman, McGregor 



FACULTY 

Dale E. Bennett Assistant Professor of Law 

E. G. Fletcher Assistant Professor of English 

W. T. Rolfe . Professor of Architecture 

George W. Stocking Professor of Economics 




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Pitts, Linthicum, Seale, Busby, 
Burney, Northington, H., 
Solomon, Glauser, Ramsey, 
Garrett 

Milburn, Marston, Seaman, 
Jones, Sohle, Heap, Bogarte, 
Procter, Borden, Atwood 

Wright, Griffin, White, J., 
Northington, G., Vineyard, 
Cameron, White, B., Harrison, 
Alexander, Clements 

Brown, Bevil, H., Williams, 
Hancock, Self, Moncrief, 
Geeslin, G., Markley, Cochran, 
Armstrong 




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Ldngford, Pipkin, Campbell, 
Fitzhugh, Van Zandt, Plaza, 
Merrill, B. 

Lindsay, Simmons, Juneman, 
Donnell, Merrill, F., Eastland, 
McLean 

Dougherty, Woodward, 
George, Derby, J. F., Olver, 
Derby, J. A., Casey, J. 




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Beta Theta Pi 



HISTORY 

Beta Theta Pi was founded at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, in 1839. It was one 
of the first six secret college fraternities and was the first to originate west of the Alle- 
ghenies. There are eighty-nine active chapters. A unison was made with Alpha 
Sigma Chi in 1879 and with the Mystical Seven in 1889, full fellowship being extended 
to the alumni of both organizations. The fraternity has published a monthly magazine 
since 1872. A number of college chapters also publish periodicals. The fraternity 
has established the Baird Fund, the proceeds of which are used to publish the magazine. 
There is an endowment fund from which loans are made to undergraduate members. 

Beta Omicron Chapter was established at The University of Texas in 1885. 



OFFICERS 



President . 
Vice-Presider,. 
Recorder . 
Secretary 



Harris Van Zandt 
Graham Campbell 
Thomas U. Taylor 
Gordon N. George 




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SENIORS 

Graham Campbell, B. Ad., Fort Worth 
Sidney Davis, A. & S., Tulsa, Oklahoma 
Robert Dohcrty, Eng., Houston 
Ben Donnell, B. Ad., Wichita Falls 
William Fitzhugh, B. Ad., Galveston 
George Juneman, A. & S., Galveston 
David Langford, Eng., Wichita Falls 
Sidney Lindsay, Eng., Austin 
Bruce Merrill, A. & S., Houston 
Hermon Pipkin, Jr., Law, Amarillo 
Joseph Plaza, Eng., San Antonio 
Ira B. Simmons, Jr., A. & S., La Porte 
S. G. Borden Tennant, A. & S., Houston 
R. W. Trdemann, B. Ad., Galveston 
Harris Van Zandt, Law, Fort Worth 



SECOND YEAR LAWS 

Frank Merrill, Houston 

FIRST YEAR LAWS 

James Dougherty, Beeville 
Halbcrt Woodward, Houston 



JUNIORS 

Colman Casey, A. & S., Austin 
Jack Casey, A. & S., Galveston 
George Cullen, A. & S., Houston 
Frederick Derby, A. & S., Laredo 
Jack A. Derby, A. & S., Austin 
Julius F. Derby, A. & S., Monterrey 
Gordon George, A. & S., San Antonio 
Thornton Greer, A. & S., Houston 
Drue Nicholson, A. & S., Terrell 
John Olver, A. & S., Amarillo 
Burwell Pope, Jr., A. & S,, Austin 
Ned Sweeney, A. & S., Austin 

SOPHOMORES 

Robert McNew, Eng., Marshall 
Robert Rutledge, A. & S., Dallas 
Willitam Rutledge, A. & S., Dallas 
Thomas U. Taylor, A. & S., Austin 



PLEDGES 

Harry Corby, A. & S., Calvert 

William Dallas, A. & S., Houston 

Herman Eastland, Law, Hillsboro 

William Farrar, A. & S., Austin 

J. B. Griffith, A. & S., Paris 

William Jackson, Eng., Austin 

Robert Kelly, Eng., San Antonio 

John Kuhn, Eng., Austin 

Charles Lockwood, A. 8c S., Brownwood 

William McDugald, Eng., Austin 

Russell McFarland, Eng., Dallas 

William McLean, Law, Greenville 

David Mitchell, A. 8; S., Arkansas City, Kansas 



PLEDGES 

William Neville, Eng., Henrietta 

Alan Parkinson, A. 8c S., San Antonio 

Ray Pearson, A. S: S., Houston 

Charles Shaw, Eng., Dallas 

Lawrence Skelley, A. 8: S., Austin 

Andrew Spillman, Eng., San Antonio 

Kenneth Stout, A. 8; S., Houston 

Clark Thompson, Jr., A. & S., Galveston 

R. B. Thompson, Eng,, Corpus Christi 

Robert Trautmann, A. & S., Cincinnati, Ohi( 

Leslie Winch, Eng., Laredo 

Thomas Wommack, A. & S,, Palestine 



FACULTY 

H. W. Harper Dean Emeritus of the Graduate School 

J. E. Pearce Professor of Anthropology 

Bryant Smith Professor of Law 








Casey, C, Cullen, Trautmann, 
Dallas, Spillman, Skelley, Winch 

Pearson, Taylor, McNew, 
Mitchell, Corby, Farrar, Park- 
inson 

Shaw, McFarland, Lockvvood, 
Neville, Griffith, Thompson, C. 
Jackson, McDugald 





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Smith, J., Russell, Wdlker, J., 
Kriegel, Metzenthiri; Wells, 
Yarborough 

Duilnrg, Martin, Cox, BosI, 
Perry, Smith, V., Luedecke 

Rolle, Clemons, Garnett, Lass- 
berg, A., Caswell, Walker, A., 

Miller 



Chi Phi 



HISTORY 

The Chi Phi fraternity as its exists today represents the result of successive unions of 
three organizations of the same name, and now known in history as the Princeton, South- 
ern, and Hobart Orders. The Princeton Chi Phi owed its origin to the Chi Phi Society 
founded at the College of New Jersey on December 24, 1824, by a number of the 
Professors of Seminary and College and undergraduates of both institutions. The South- 
ern Chi Phi originated at the University of North Carolina on August 21, 1858. The 
Hobart Chi Phi originated at Hobart College on November 14, 1860. The Princeton 
and Hobart Orders united in 1867 to form what is now known as the Northern Order 
and this in turn united with the Southern Order in 1874 to form the Chi Phi fraternity. 

Nu Chapter of Chi Phi was founded at The University of Texas on March 10, 1892. 




James Walker, President 



OFFICERS 



President .... 
Vice-President 
Secretary .... 
Corresponding Secretary 
House Manager 



. James Walker 
J. G. Martel 

. Richard Rolle 
William Butler 

.Alvin Martin 




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GRADUATES 

Carl B.Brown, Corpus Christi 
Irby F. Cobb, Austin 
Lindsay I. Griffin, Corsicdna 

SENIORS 

Bryant Collins, Law, Austin 
Georse Dullnig, B. Ad., San Antonio 
Lawrence Kricgel, B. Ad., Giddings 
J. G. Martel, B. Ad., Houston 
George Metzenthin, B. Ad., Austin 
James Russell, Law, Belton 
Joseph S. Smith, B. Ad., Houston 
James Walker, Eng., Mtnden, Louisiana 
Howard Wells, A. & S., Ganado 

FIRST YEAR LAWS 

Ernest Bosl, Schulenburg 
Brant Cox, Houston 
Alvin Martin, Houston 
W. M. Williams, Houston 



Chi Phi 



SECOND YEAR LAWS 

Jay B. Brown, Mercedes 
William Butler, Houston 

JUNIORS 

Jack Brown, A. & S., Mercedes 

W. T. Caswell, Jr., B. Ad., Austin 

Francis Conley, A. & S., Ranger 

Douglas Clemons, A. & S., Houston 

McGee Garnett, Eng., Brownwood 

James Krcisle, A. & S., Austin 

Alex Lassberg, A. & S., Austin 

William Luedecke, Eng., Austin 

Walter Miller, A. & S., Yoakum 

Jack Perry, A. & S., Frankston 

Richard Rolle, A. & S., Houston 

Vernon Zay Smith, A. & S., Houston 

Andrew Walker, B. Ad., Minden, Louisiana 

William Yarborough, A. & S., San Antonio 



SOPHOMORES 

Charles DeLancey, A. & S., Houston 
Michael Gaines, A. & $.. Houston 
Ernest Godard, Eng., Galveston 
William Haddock, Eng., Houston 
Adolph Ktefer, A. & S., Chicago, Illinois 
William McMahon, A. St S., Houston 



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PLEDGES 

Amos Alley, Eng., San Antonio 
Robert Andrews, A. & S., Houston 
Rual Askew, A. & S., San Antonio 
William Blanlon, Law, Houston 
Charles Bergman, A. & S., Corrigan 
Jules Damiani, A. & S., Galveston 
Ted Dunnam, A. & S., Houston 
William Eckhardt, Law, Houston 
Herbert Eitt, A. & S^San Antonio 
Billy Ford, A. & S., Galveston 
Franklin Hicks, A. & S., San Antonio 



PLEDGES 

Edwin Lassberg, A. & S., Austin 

Joe Lopcr, B. Ad., Port Arthur 

Jack Magill, A. 8: S., Los Angeles, California 

Armand Morell, A. & S., Hollywood, California 

James Simms, A. & S., Houston 

Judy Spence, Phar., Hebbronville 

Richard Thornton, A. & S., New Orleans, Louisiana 

Joe Wessendorff, Law, Richmond 

Rogers Wiley, A. & S., Houston 

Hugh Wolfe, Ed., Stephenville 



FACULTY 



M. B. Porter 
C. E. Rowe 



Professor of Pure Mathematics 
Professor of Drawing 



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Conley, Godard, Haddock, 
Gaines, DeLancey, Kiefer, 
McMahon 

Eckhardt, Magill, Eitt, Ford, 
Wiley, Hicks, Dunnam, Lass- 
berg, E. 

Loper, Damiani, Wessendorff, 
Alley, Thornton, Andrews, 
Askew, Simms 




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SmdII, Termini, Brewster, 
Chernosley, Pierce, Billard 

Harder, Williams, Guitar, 
Baker, Rawlins, Patterson 



Delta Chi 



HISTORY 

Delta Chi was founded in 1890 at Cornell University. The fraternity was originally 
composed of men studying law or pre-law courses. In consideration of this fact, member- 
ship in other organizations, including honorary fraternities, was forbidden. This policy 
was abandoned in response to changing conditions in college and university life, and 
now the fraternity includes men from every department. There is no longer any restriction 
on membership in professional or honorary societies. Delta Chi has added to the usual 
framework of fraternity government a special alumnus advisor for each chapter. Collec- 
tively, these alumni form an advisory council in the central government. There are now 
thirty-five active chapters in the United States and Canada. 

Texas Chapter at The University of Texas was established in 1907. 




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OFFICERS 



James hiarder 
Marvin Pierce 
Lloyd Borrett 
J. D. Billard 
Hal Rawlings 
William Brewster 




SENIORS 

J. B. BiUard, A. & S., El Paso 
William Brewster, A. & S., Brownsville 
Charles Chernosky, A. & S., Houston 
James Guitar, Law, Colorado 
James Harder, B. Ad., Plainview 
Marvin Pierce, Law, Wichita Falls 
Clint Small, Law, Amarillo 
James Termini, Law, Houston 
Sumner Williams, Law, Plainview 



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SECOND YEAR LAWS 

Charles Smith, Austin 

FIRST YEAR LAWS 

Al Baker, Austin 
Hal Rawlins, Ennis 

JUNIORS 

Clinton Bennett, A. & S., Orange 

Lloyd Borrett, A. & S., El Paso 

Joe Edgar, Jr., A. & S., Austin 

A. H. Meadows, Jr., A. & S., Longview 

Jimmie Wilson, Eng., Dallas 



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SOPHOMORES 

Dean Couch, A. & S., Houston 
Lester Fritz, A. & S., Wichita Fal 



PLEDGES 

L. T. Anderson, Eng., Houston 
Walter Babic, A. & S., Houston 
Charles Barnum, A. & S., Houston 
Henry Edgar, A. & S., San Antonio 
Cecil Hargrove, Eng., Houston 



PLEDGES 

Oliver Jelks, A. & S., Valley Mills 
Ted Montgomery, Eng., Milwaukee 
Marcel Patterson, A. & S., Rotan 
Howard Roberts, Eng., Houston 
John Sutton, Jr., A. & S., San Angelo 



FACULTy 



George Gentry 
James Parke 



Associate Professor of Philosophy 
Assistant Professor of English 



Childs, Bennett, Meadows^ 
Wilson, Borrett, Montgomery 

Babic, Barnum, Jelks, Roberts, 
Edgar, H., Hargrove 




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Patterson, Fant, Rogers, Sarver, 
Fulwiler, Welch, Brown 

McCuilough, Holmes, J., 
Whitman, Chrlcote, WerMn, 
Elliot, Jones 



Delta Kappa Epsilon 



HISTORY 

Delta Kappa Epsilon was founded at Yale College in 1844. The movement at first 
was purely local, but opportunity soon came to start branches in other schools. These 
branches were given independent existence as chapters. The fraternity became a system 
of periodic conventions early in its history, but the central council was not established 
until 1882. In the second year of the council's existence it established a quarterly 
magazine which has appeared every year since that time. In 1910 the Yale chapter 
established a scholarship which was open to any student of any university. There are 
many alumni associations throughout the country. At the present time there are forty- 
seven active chapters. 

Omega Chi Chapter was established at The University of Texas in 1913. 



OFFICERS 



House Manager 
Assistant House Manager 



John R. Whitman 
Eugene C. Montgomery 



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GRADUATES 

Knox Fan!, Austin 

Robert M. Patterson, Austin 

SENIORS 

Robert Battle, A. & S., Cleburne 
Horace Brown, Law, El Paso 
Harry P. Fulwiler, B. Ad., Abilene 
Paul D. Gresory, Eng., Fort Worth 
John S. Harvey, Eng., Houston 
John B. Holmes, B. Ad., Houston 
John R. Hubbard, A. & S., Denton 
Robert C. Johnson, Law, Dallas 
J. W. McCullough, Jr., B. Ad., Houston 
Eugene C. Montgomery, B. Ad., Ozona 
Jonathan G. Neel, B. Ad., El Paso 
Alvin T. Raetzsch, Eng., Seguin 
Norman F. Rogers, B. Ad., Dallas 
James L. Sarver, A. & S., Austin 
George F. Smith, Jr., Law, Sherman 
Edward B. Tigncr, B. Ad., Houston 
Tim Welch, B. Ad., Dallas 
Carnes Weaver, Eng., Beaumont 
John R. Whitman, B. Ad., Austirv] 



SECOND YEAR LAWS 

Edwin Chilcote, Tyler 
Harry Holmes, Jr., Houston 
Presley E. Werlein, Jr., Houston 
Earl White, Cleburne 

FIRST YEAR LAWS 

Albert Maverick, HI, San Antonio 
Ncv Sheridan, Jr., Sweetwater 
Robert F. Townsend, San Antonio 



JUNIORS 

Roy Berry, Jr., Eng., Houston 
Sam Butler, Jr., Eng., Eastland 
Fred Chambers, B. Ad., Dallas 
John Guess, A. & S., Austin 
Frank Howard, A. & S., Houston 
Drexcl Johnson, A. & S., Harlingen 
Dave J. Johnston, B. Ad., Tyler 
Earl W. Jones, Eng., Abilene 
Gordon Rountree, B. Ad., Houston 
Joe H. Tonahill, A. & S., Beaumont 

SOPHOMORES 

Iver Bowles, Jr., Eng., Houston 
William H. Grain, Jr., A. & S., Victoria 
P. Barry Niland, Eng., Galveston 
Robert B. Whitehead, A. & S., Fort Worth 



PLEDGES 

L. L. Elliot, First Year Law, Austin 

George W. Graham, A. & S.^ Sophomore, Wichita Falls 

Jack Aldred, Eng., Freshman, Austin 

Tomas E. Cook, Eng., Freshman, Buchanan Dam 

Edmund Buckley, A. & S., Freshman, San Antonio 

Roy J. Eubanks, A. 8t S., Freshman, Texarkana 

William W. Fisher, Jr., A. &1S., Freshman, Dallas 



PLEDGES 

Chester Granville, A. & S., Freshman, Austin 
Jack Hcrndon, A. 8: S., Freshman, Tulsa, Oklahoma 
Cornelius Kormier, A. & S., Freshman, Alamo 
George Nalle, A. & S., Freshman, Austin 
Coke H. Rhodes, A. & S., Freshman, Austin 
ArthurTemple, Jr., A.& S., Freshman, Texarkana,Arkansas 



FACULTY 

Dana X. Bible Athletics Director 

John W. Calhoun President of the University 

T. P. Harrison Professor of English 

Benno Schmidt Assistant Professor of Law 

Powell Stewart •.... Instructor in English 




Tonahill, Johnson, D., Guess, 
Howard, Beery, Grain, Niland 

Herndon, Cook, Temple, 
Buckley, Eijbanks, Nalle, Fisher 



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ScoField, Dickson, Holmes, W., 
Murray, Broyles, Woodward, 
Arnim, Ogden, Johnston 

Reglin, Johnson, Miller, Moore, 
Reading, Collier, Sims, Collins 
Williams 

Alley, West, Law, Frobese, 
Wilson, Dozier, Singleton, 
Lloyd, LaRuc 

Bright, Atkinson, Peterson, 
Valentine, Birdwell, Babel, 
Holloway, Huckabay, 
Mueller, H. 



Delta Tau Delta 



HISTORY 



Delta Tdu Delta was informally organized in 1858 at Bethany College, Virginia. The 
constitution and insignia were adopted in 1859. The fraternity was merged in 1886 
with the Rainbow, the first distinctively Southern fraternity ever established. The chapter 
roll includes seventy-four active chapters. There are sixty-two alumni chapters in the 
lJni^ed States and Canada. In 1934 the diamond jubilee of the fraternity was celebrated 
at Bethany. The most important publication is a quarterly journal originally called "The 
Crescent." The name was changed to "The Rainbow" at the time of union with the 
older fraternity. In addition, each chapter publishes a periodical one or more times a 
year. A catalogue of the fraternity has been published in several successive editions, 
the last of which appeared in 1936. The first song book was issued in 1886; the latest 
edition appeared in 1925. The fraternity has enrolled some 30,000 members. 

Gamma lota Chapter was chartered at The University of Texas in 1904. 




Joe D. Wilson, President 



OFFICERS 



President . 
Vice-President 
Treasurer . 
Steward 



Joe D. Wilson 
Jack Sims 
Keith Alley 
Lloyd Birdwell 







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GRADUATE 

Wesley Ogdcn, San Antonio 

SENIORS 

Douglas Arnim, Law, FUtonia 
Gordon Broyles, B. Ad., Palestine 
Jack Dickson, A. & S., Dallas 
Winfield Holmes, B. Ad., Austin 
George Johnson, Eng., San Antonio 
Dan Johnston, A. & S., hHouston 
Frank Murray, Law, Temple 
Fred Realin, Eng., Waxahachie 
Lewis Scofield, B. Ad., Austin 
Nick Woodward, Law, Austin 



SECOND YEAR LAWS 

Harold Miller, Austin 

Tom Moore, Dale 

Billy Russell, San Antonio 



FIRST YEAR LAWS 

Keith Alley, Austin 
Bob Collier, Wichita Falls 
Whitfield Collins, Dallas 
Harry Reading, Eagle Lake 
Jack Sims, Hillsboro 
Bill Williams, Hillsboro 



JUNIORS 

John Atkinson, Eng., Austin 

Lloyd Birdwell, A. & S., Shreveport, Louisiana 

Bobby Bright, A. & S., Austin 

Charles Dozier, Eng., Austin 

Alfred Frobese, A. S: S., Austin 

Ike LaRue, A. & S., Athens 

Tom Law, A. & S., Austin 

Roger Lloyd, B. Ad., Washington, D. C 

Graham Peterson, Eng., Dallas 

John Singleton, A. & S., Austin 

Jimmy Valentine, A. & S., Austin 

Maurice West, A. & S., Fon du Lac, Wisconsin 

Joe Wilson, A. & S., Luling 

SOPHOMORES 

Walter Babel, A. & S., Austin 

Sam Clark, A. & S., Dallas 

Kenneth Holloway, A. & S., Houston 

Billy Huckabay, Eng., Dallas 

Evans Munroe, A. & S., Houston 

Homer Mueller, A. & S., Austin 




PLEDGES 

Dick Bender, A. & S., Houston 

C. A. Brown, Law, Austin 

Byron Cain, B. Ad., Quitman 

Joe Cobb, A. & S., Houston 

Newell Eastland, A. & S. Corpus Christi 

Robert Eaton, Eng., Palestine 

Alfred Ellison, A. & S., Austin 

Charles Ferguson, A. & S., Austin 

Billy Gibson, A. & S., Corsicana 

Joe Gribble, Eng., Austin 

John Ground, A. & S., JopMn, Missouri 

Thad Grundy, A. & S., Galveston 

Udo Haarman, A. & S., San Antonio 

Edwin Hamlett, A. & S., Dallas 

Laurin Hamlin, A. & S., Dallas 

Jack Harbin, B. Ad., Waxahachie 

J. B. Holt, Law, Abilene 

Randolph Jackson, Law, Hillsboro 

Thomas Knight, A. 8c S., Hillsboro 



PLEDGES 

Aubrey Leveridge, A. & S., East Bernard 

Ed LorFing, A. & S., Kansas City, Kansas 

Keith McLaughlin, Eng., Ranger 

Hugh Meyer, A. & S., Hondo 

Pete Montgomery, A. 8: S., Palestine 

R. G. Mueller, Graduate, Austin 

Lem Neeley, Eng., Fort Worth 

John Overbey, Eng., Houston 

George Palowsky, A. & S., Ranger 

Earl Prade, A. & S., Leakey 

Clay Puckett, A. & S., San Antonio 

Farley Roos, Eng., Eagle Lake 

Howard Rutherford, Law, Waxahachie 

Herbert Smith, A. & S., Shreveport, Louisiana 

I. H. Smith, A. & S., Shreveport, Louisiana 

Charles Stone, A. & S., Galveston 

Fred Wadleign, A. & S., Joplin, Missouri 

James Vaughan, A. & S., Hillsboro 

James Word, A. 8: S., Austin 



FACULTY 



H. T.'Parlin 



Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences 




Monroe, Clark, Knight, Harbin, 
Puckett, Brown, Bender, Cain, 
Word 

Montgomery, Mueller, R., Gib- 
son, Holt, Grundy, Smith, I., 
Neeley, Smith, H., Palowsky 

Eaton, Gribble, Meyer, Hamlett, 
McLaughlin, Vaughan, Leve- 
ridge, Eastland, Jackson 

Rutherford, Roos, Ground, 
Overbey, Ellison, Ferguson, 
Cobb, Wadleigh, Prade, Haar- 
man 








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Ralston, Jackson, N., McDonald 

Matthews, Casseb, Logan, De- 
Geurin, Reams, Connally, Pickle 



Delta Theta Phi 



HISTORY 

Delta Theta Phi is a national legal fraternity, and among the alumni are found many of 
the prominent members of the bench and bar in Texas and throughout the United States. 
The fraternity was founded by the union of three law fraternities in Chicago in 1913, the 
oldest of these fraternities being Delta Phi Delta, founded at the Cleveland Law School 
of Baldwin University in 1901. The government of the fraternity is divided into five 
bodies, a National Senate, Supreme Senate, Supreme Court, Subordinate Senates, and 
Alumni Senates. The official publication is called the "Paper Book," and is published 
quarterly. Active members wear a plain badge; alumni who have rendered distinguished 
service may be voted the privilege of wearing jeweled badges. A scholarship key is 
presented to active members who excel in scholarship. 

Sam hdouston Senate was chartered at The University of Texas School of Law in 1916. 



OFFICERS 

Dean John Connally 

Vice-Dean William David Ralston 

Tribune Fred Neilson Rogers 

Clerk of Exchequer .... James Jarrell Pickle 

Master of Ritual Norvel I Jackson 

Clerk of Rolls Fred V. Klingeman 

Bailiff ,.. Jack Owen 




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SENIORS 

Rdlph Brocic, Law, Lubbock 
Solomon Cdsseb. Jr., Law, San Antonio 
John Connally, Law, Ftoresville 
E. M. DeGeuhn, A. & S., Overton 
Harold Engdohl, Law, Houston 
Norvell Jackson, B. Ad., Rockport 
James Jackson, A. & S., Rockport 
Warran C Losan, Law, Fort Worth 
Wayne Matthews, Law, Troup 
Francis McDonald, Law, Hillsboro 
Jack Owen, Law, Tyler 
Perry Pickett, A. & S., Fort Worth 
James Jarrell Pickle, A. & S., Big Spring 
David Ralston, Law, Corsicana 
Francis C. Richter, Law, Cotulla 
Sam G. Reams, Law, Corpus Christi 
Henry Wade, Law, Roclcwall 



SECOND YEAR LAWS 

Dale Cochran, Austin 
Dudley Davis, Center 
Floyd Durham, Austin 
Lcroy Haltman, Grandview 
Frank Harrell, San Saba 
Brockman Home, Orange 
Fred V. Klingeman, Karnes City 
Edwin Kuykendall, Bullard 
Curtis Meeks, Welch 
James Herbert Moore, Lufkin 
Walter B. Morgan, Dublin 
David J. Morris, Brownwood 
John C. Ratliff, Garden City 
Neilson Rogers, Bonham 
James O. Smith, Lubbock 
Angus Wages, Morton 



FIRST YEAR LAWS 

Melville Hughes, Floresville 
Faires Wade, Austin 

ARTS AND SCIENCES 

John H. Sullivan, Corsicana 



PLEDGES 

Richard Dobic, La Grange, I 
Calvin Howard, Houston 



PLEDGES 

James Sadler, Galveston 
James Voss, San Antonio 



FACULTY 
Dale Bennett Assistant Professor of Law 




Wade, H., Moore, Morgan, 
Cochrane, Klingeman, Kuy- 
kendall 

Wages, Meeks, Morris, Davis, 
Durham, HaJIman 

Rogers, Sadler, Dobie, Hughes, 
N., Wade, F., Sullivan 






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Reedy, Brown, Alexander, 
Tdllichet, Hdwiey, Goetzke, 
Croom, Wdtson, S., Sheppard 

Wood, Lore, Darr, Marsha 
Eyseen, Vaughan, Chamber- 
lain, hiinson, Foxhail, L. 

Thompson, W., hiawkins, 
Copeland, Ryan, Marsh, Aid 
redge, Clawatcr, Lucas, Cart- 
wright 



Kappa Alpha 



HISTORY 

Kappa Alpha was founded in 1865 at Washington College, now Washington and Lee 
University. This was during the time that Robert E. Lee was president of the college and 
he was adopted as the ideal of the fraternity. The original name was Phi Kappa Chi, 
but it was changed to avoid confusion with a previous existing fraternity. There are 
sixty-seven active chapters. Alumni chapters are nation-wide and keep in touch with 
college chapters by annual joint meetings held on January 19, the birthday of Genera 
Lee. More than four thousand members of Kappa Alpha served in the World War, 
including every member at The University of Texas. 

Omicron Chapter was established at The University of Texas in 1883. 



OFFICERS 



Lewis Foxhail 
Stewart Skidmore 
Reagan Cartwright 




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GRADUATE 

ink Reedy, DdlldS 

SENIORS 

iltidm Polk Alexander, B. Ad., Memphis, Tennessee 

•orge Brown, Jr., Law, Beaumont 

hn Addison Croom, Law, El Paso 

-orge Darr. Law, Fort Worth 

Mrles Hughes Dulaney, A. & S., Fort Worth 

nnelh Goetzke, A. & S., Harlingen 

hn Farr Hawley, Law, E! Paso 

iS Lee, Law, Dallas 

.-nes Andrew Lore, Jr., Law, Fort Worth 

ncent Paul Marshall, B. Ad., Teasue 

egg Ring, A. & S., Houston 

hn Ben Sneppard, A. 8c S., Gladewater 

gar Stewart Skidmore, B. Ad., Mexico City, Mexico 

I. Staley, Law, Wichita Falls 

mes Harvey Suttles, Eng., Houston 

Ics Henri Tallichet, A. & S., Houston 

hn Thompson, Law, Fort Worth 

hn Tolliver Underwood, Law, Fort Worth 

arcy A. Watson, B. Ad., Houston 

int Wood, B. Ad., Wichita Falls 



Kappa Alpha 



SECOND YEAR LAWS 

Pendleton Gaines Baldwin, Marshall 
William Herschal Eyssen, Jr., Fort Worth 
Thomas E. Perry, Robstown 

FIRST YEAR LAWS 

George Edward Chamberlain, Clarendon 
Lewis Lyies Foxhall, Memphis 
George Dillard Hinson, Graham 
Edward Gray Taylor, Dallas 
William Buchannon Thompson, Dallas 
Robert Vaughan, San Antonio 



JUNIORS 

Sawnie Robertson Aldredge, A. & S., Dallas 

Reagan Cartwright, A. & S., Beaumont 

Malford Cotham, A. & S., San Antonio 

Earl William Clawater, A. & S., Tyler 

JeFferson Lee Copeland, Jr., A. 8t S., Frederick, Oklahoma 

Staley Hawkins, A. & S., Wichita Falls 

Richard Lucas, A. & S., Beeville 

William H. Marsh, Eng., Tyler 

Whitfield Outlaw, A. & S., Beaumont 

Harris Varias Ryan, A. & S., San Antonio 

James Cunyas Watson, A. & S., Dallas 

Gus Wright, A. & S., Dallas 

SOPHOMORES 

Harold B. Foxhall, A. & S., Memphis 
Pittman Hesterly, A. & S., Houston 
Jack Hurst, A. 8: S., Anderson 
Bruce Jones, Eng., Fort Worth 



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PLEDGES 

Robert Bassil Baldwin, A. & S., Houston 

Billy Joe Baxter, A. & S., Austin 

Milford Hall BrinkerhoFf, Eng., Dallas 

John Bute, A. & S., Houston 

James Arnold Cheek, Eng., Dallas 

Stephen Edmund Clabaugh, A. & S., Carthage 

Clarence Covert, Jr., A. 8c S., Austin 

George Hugh Covert, A. & S., Austin 

David Gray Elliot, Eng., Houston 

William Meginnis Henger, Eng., Dallas 

Jack Donoval Isbell, A. & S., Houston 

James L. Johnson, A. 8c S., Jacksboro 

Charles William Kinslow, Jr., A. St S., Memphis 

Thomas Myron Kirk, A. & S., Dallas 



PLEDGES 

Robert LaMontagne, A. & S., Mexico City, Mexico 

Frank Jones Lee, A. & S., Wichita Falls 

Clarence McLeod Malone, Jr., A. & S., Houston 

Addison Perry Moore, A. & S., Dallas 

Louis Monroe Pearce, A. & S., Houston 

Homer Pollan, Jr., Eng., Houston 

Leon Fair Russ, Eng., Dallas 

Arch Chilton Scurlock, Eng., Beaumont 

Charles Sherman, A. & S., Houston 

Edward Lillo Suttles, A. & S., Houston 

Ira Davis Sykes, Jr., A. & S., Houston 

Jerome Thomas Terry, A. & S., Beaumont 

Biily Woodrow Williams, A. & S., Houston 

Bobbie Carson Wilson, A. & S., Austin 



FACULTY 

R. A. Law Professor of English 

Clyde Littlefield Head Track and Cross Countr/ Coach/ Freshman Football Coach 

Covey T. Oliver Assistant Professor of Law 

D. A. Penick Professor of Classical Languages 

Frank Reedy Tutor in Geology 



Cotham, Watson, J., Hurst, 
Jones, Hesterly, Baldwin, R., 
Henger, Foxhall, H., Clabaugh 

Malone, Covert, G., Terry, 
Moore, Lee, Elliot, Scurlock, 
Suttles, J., Pollan 

Wilson, BrinkerhoFf, Sykes, 
Bute, Baxter, Williams, Sher- 
man, Russ, Isbell, Suttles, E. 




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Chilton, E., Bailey, Sldushter, 
Wdddill, Cox, Flagg, Mans- 
field, Little, Storey, Curlin, 
Meyer, Buescher 

Ldry, Bdrrington, Upchurch, 
McKay, Ellingson, Bush, Pierce, 
Woodward, Taylor, Stone, 
Kurlh, Landreth 

Stewart, Binion, Carroll, F., 
Crain, Taliferro, Magurder, 
Isaacs, Johnson, Bewley, 
Frazar, Deaderick, Scott 

Hasslcarl, Baker, Ford, Curlin, T. 
Phillips, J., Birdwell, Gumm, 
Goodrich, R., Walden, 
Phillips, N., Hughes, Llewellyn 



Kappa Sigma 



Grand Master . 

Grand Procurator 

Grand Master of Ceremonies 

Grand Scribe 




On December 10, 1869, Kappa Sigma fraternity was formally organized in the room of 
William Grigsby McCormick, 46 East Lawn, at the University of Virginia. At first 
expansion was limited to tfie Soutfi, but in 1880 a chapter was chartered in the North. 
At present there are one hundred and six active chapters located in every state of the 
Union except three. There is one chapter in Canada. Kappa Sigma publishes a detailed 
annual report of the scholastic standing of its chapters, and in 1932 instituted a system of 
preceptors paid out of an endowment fund. Seven thousand Kappa Sigmas served in 
the World War. This number constituted more than half of the total membership. 

Tau Chapter was founded at The University of Texas in 1884. 



OFFICERS 



. Jack Josey 

Robert Park 
. F^enry Taliaferro 

Albert Stone 



Kappa Sigma 



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GRADUATE 

Ernest Chilton 

SENIORS 

Robert Ammann, A. & S., Austin 
Frank Bailey, A. & S., Fort Worth 
Thad Barrington, Law, Ennis 
Walter Benson, B. Ad., Austin 
Jack Buescher, B. Ad., Smithville 
Sterling Bush, B. Ad., Dallas 
Mack Cox, A. & S., Fort Worth 
Jack Curlin, B. Ad., Waxahachie 
Sterling Drumwright, B. Ad., Cisco 
Jack Ellingson, Law, Huntsville 
John Fagg, A. & S., San Saba 
Walter Fisher, A. & S., Austin 
Lawson Goggans, Law, Dallas 
Jack Josey, Eng., Houston 
Frank Lary, Eng., Dallas 
Fred Leigh, Law, Huntsville 
William Little, A. & S., Austin 
Durwood Manford, A. & S., Smiley 
J. K. McKay, B. Ad., Waco 
Hagen McMahon, A. & S., Longview 
Rich Meyer, Eng., Houston 
Arthur Owen, B. Ad., Waco 
Floyd Pierce, A. & S., Bartlett 
George Slaughter, B. Ad^ Austin 
William Storey, A. & S., Galveston 
Holman Taylor, A. & S., Fort Worth 
Claude Upchurch, A. & S., Tyler 
Gregg Waddill, B. Ad., Austin 
Walter Woodward, A. & S., Coleman 



PLEDGES 



Floyd Allen, A. & S., Fort Worth 
Harry Baker, A. & S., Fort Worth 
Harry Beeler, A. & S., Austin 
Mack Birdwell, A. & S., Beaumont 
Jim Bivins, Eng., Longview 
Stanton Brown, A. & S., Waco 
Frank Carroll, A. & S., Mineral Wells 
Harry Carrol!, A. & S., Houston 
Eugene Cavin, A. & S., Galveston 
Robert Coleman, A. & S., Galveston 
Charles Colhoun, A. & S., Houston 
Denton Cooley, A, & S., Houston 
Ralph Cooley, A. & S., Houston 
E. B. Grain, A. & S., Longview 
Tom Curlin, A. & S., Waxahachie 
James Drought, A. & S., San Antonio 
Frank Erwin, A. & S^ Waxahachie 
William Fitch, A. & S., San Antonio 
Kenneth Ford, Eng., IHouston 
Miles Hastings, A. & S., Waxahachie 
Joe Hickman, A. & S., Waxahachie 



SECOND YEAR LAWS 

Emory Cantev, Fort Worth 
Ballinger Mills, Galveston 
Robert Park, Beaumont 
Ben Smith, Sulphur Springs 

FIRST YEAR LAWS 

Cavett Binion, Lufkin 
William Landreth, Fort Worth 
Joe Lydick, Fort Worth 
Joe Kurth, Lufkin 
Graham Stewart, Graham 
Albert Stone, Brenham 

JUNIORS 

Bob Baker, A. St S., Houston 
Edwin Bewley, A. & S., Fort Worth 
David Birdwell, A. & S., Beaumont 
William Deaderick, A. & S., Houston 
Harry Ford, A. & S., Houston 
Joe Frazar, A. & S., Eagle Lake 
Robert Goodrich, A. & S., Fort Worth 
Charles Gumm, Eng., Fort Worth 
Walter Hasskarl, A. & S., Brenham 
Bill Hughes, A. & S., Waco 
Burford Isaacs, Eng., Fort Worth 
Tom Jennings, B. Ad., Fort Worth 
Neil Johnson, A. & S., Dallas 
Charles Schmidt, Eng., Dallas 
Alfred Scott, A. & b., McKinney 
Henry Taliaferro, A. & S., Calvert 
Bill Walden, A. & S., Houston 



SOPHOMORES 

Guy Anderson, Eng., Calvert 

Maclin Benagh, A. & S., Ancon, C. Z. 

George Bollman, A. & S., Dallas 

Dixon Cain, Eng., Houston 

Walker Cain, A. & S., Houston 

Andrew Chilton, A. & S., Fort Worth 

A. D. Clark, A. & S., Tyler 

Bill Darden. A. & S., Waco 

George Delavan, A. & S., San Antonio 

George Donnelley, Eng,, Fort Worth 

John Dunn, Eng., Houston 

James Finney, A. & S., Coleman 

Bill Getzendaner, A. & S., Waxahachie 

George Gibson, Eng., Calvert 

Billy Gibson, A. & S., Corsicana 

Gavin Goodrich, A. & S., Fort Worth 

Robert Harris, A. & S^ Galveston 

John Hicks, A. & S., Sulphur Springs 

Norman Honnett, A. & S., Topeka, Kansas 

Edwin Ivy, Eng., Waco 

Bayard McMahon, A. & S., Longview 

Arvcl Ponton, A. & S., Fort Worth 

BIythe Smith, A. & S., Sulphur Springs 

Lewis Youens, Eng., Navasota 



PLEDGES 



Homer Jester, A. & S., Corsicana 

Bob Kelly, Eng., Houston 

John Koschak, A. & S., Galveston 

John Llewellyn, Law, Fort Worth 

Bob Lockart, Eng., Houston 

Bob Lowden, Eng., Fort Worth 

Al Lucas, A. & S., Beverly Hills, California 

Lawson Magruder, A. & S., Boyle, Mississippi 

Richard Miller, A. & S., El Paso 

Edwin Morris, A. & S., Dallas 

Jeff Munro, A. & S., Beaumont 

Bill Null, Eng., Houston 

Tom Peckinpaugh, A. & S., Houston 

Jack Phillips, A. & S., Austin 

Nash Phillips, A. & S., Austin 

Robert Rain, A. & S., Dallas 

Glen Reading, A. & S., Eagle Pass 

Clarence Schoenvogel, A. & S., Brenham 

Ed Singleton, A. & S., Galveston 

Walter Woodul, A. & S., Houston 



FACULTY 

V. I. Moore Dean of Student Life 

T. U. Taylor Dean Emeritus of the College of Engineering 

Ira P. Hildebrand Dean of the School of Law 




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Rain, Goodrich, G., Donnelley, 
Null, Cavin, Getzendaner, Mc- 
Mahon, B., Chilton, A., Dunn, 
Hicks, Anderson, Morris 

Bivins, Colhoun, Smith, Clark, 
Ponton, Gibson, B., Harris, 
Finney, Cain, D., Bollman, 
Delavan, Cain, W. 

Darden, Honnett, Birdwell, M., 
Beeler, Erwin, Lucas, Allen, 
Cooley, R., Peckinpaugh, Miller, 
Coleman, Singleton 

Woodul, Munro, Fitch, Read- 
ing, Brown, Koschak, Cooley, D., 
Baker, H., Kelly, Hickman, 
Hastings, Drought 




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White, Villavaso, Wdllacc, 
Cain, Barclay, Milam, McGinnis 

Bennett, Murphey, Kerr, J., 
Weller, Powell, Greenhill, 
Smith 

McGee, Sharp, Neely, Duncan, 
Rembert, Tanner, Meyers, W. 



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Phi Delta Theta 



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HISTORY 

Phi Delta Thetd was founded December 26, 1848, by Robert Morrison and five fellow 
students at Miami University. At the present there are one hundred and five active 
chapters located in forty-one states in the United States and in six provinces in Canada. 
The total membership is 46,037^ and the chapter houses are valued at $4,000,000. It 
v/as the first fraternity to enter many of the western and some of the Canadian colleges 
and universities. The fraternity official magazine, "The Scroll," is the second oldest 
fraternity magazine in existence. It was the first fraternity to establish full time chapter 
tutors and to initiate a modern plan of student exchanges with European universities. 

Texas Beta was established in 1883 at The University of Texas, being the first fraternity 
on the campus. 



OFFICERS 



President . 
Secretary 
FHouse Manager 
Reporter 



George h^arvey Penland 
Robert Campbell McGinnis 
Frederick Joseph Scott 
Robert White, Jr. 




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Phi Delta Theta 



SENIORS 

John Anderson Barclay, B. Ad., Austin 
Gerald Browning Bennett, Eng., DcsUdS 
Clyde Owens BrJndley, A. & S.. Temple 
CIdcy Mdlvin Cain, Law, Winnsboro 
Hugh William Ferguson, Jr., Law, Dallas 
Robert Campbell McGinnis, A. & S., Austin 
Lynn Boyd Milam, Jr., A. & S., Dallas 
Rozier Chapman Murphey, A. & S., Austin 
Edmond William Penland, B. Ad., Dallas 
George Harvey Penland, Law, Dallas 
Robert Sumner Shapard, B. Ad., Dallas 
David Pullon Wallace, Jr., B. Ad., Waco 
Robert White, Jr., A. & S., Clarkesville 
Ernest Joseph Villavaso, A. & S., Austin 

SECOND YEAR LAWS 

Joe Robert Greenhill, Houston 
James Herman Kerr, Houston 
John Harris Meyers, Austin 
Ben Harrison Powell, Austin 
Edgar Ottway Weller, Austin 



FIRST YEAR LAWS 

William Azro Blalock, Marshall 
William Harrel Delafield, Dallas 
Charles Stanley Sharp, Dallas 
Cullen Sheppard Thomas, Dallas 

JUNIORS 

Bertr^nd Allen Adoue, A. & S., Dallas 

John Burchell Allinson, Eng., El Dorado 

Gus Booty Bowman, A. & S,, Austin 

Hanes Hardy Brindley, A. & S., Temple 

Donald Cameron Duncan, A. & S., Burnet 

Frederick Jay Heyne, A. & S., Houston 

Robert Beeglo Kemp/ A. & S., River Forest, Illinois 

John Thompson McElwrath, A. & S., Corsicana 

Thomas Lanier McKnight, A. & S., El Paso 

Walter Howard Meyers, A. 8c S., Austin 

Stanley Eugene Neely, A. & S., Dallas 

James Pinkney Pearson, Eng., Waco 

Russell Stevenson Rembert, Eng., Dallas 

Frederick Joseph Scott, A. & S., Austin 

Herbert McCelvey Seybold, A. & S., Temple 

Kenneth Boyd Tanner, A. & S., Eastland 

Albert Hodges Wadsworth, Jr., A. & S., Bay City 

Thomas Howard Williams, Jr., A. & S., Waco 



SOPHOMORES 

Jack Tibault Bowman, A. & S., Austin 
William Charles Harvin, A. & S., Houston 
Baine Perkins Kerr, A. & S., Houston 
Robert Preston Scott, A. & S., Houston 
Andrew Thompson, A. & S., San Antonio 



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PLEDGES 

Frank Alderson Blankenbcckler, A. & S., Austin 
Allen Higgins Carruth, A. & S., Houston 
Charles Craig Gates, Eng., Bay City 
Joseph MacDonald Dcaley, A. & S., Dallas 
Andreas Franz Korn, A, & S., Dallas 
William Joseph Lang, Jr., Eng., Dallas 



PLEDGES 

William Sears McGee, Law, Houston 

Thomas Lucian Morrill, A. & S., Mobile, Alabama 

Junius Hughes Morrill, A. & S., Mobile, Alabama 

Joe Bart Moore, A. & S., San Antonio 

Frank Thomas Smith, Law, Port Arthur 



FACULTY 

Eugene Barker ProFessor of American History 

Roy Bedichek Chief of the Bureau of Public School Interest 

Dana Casteel Professor of Zoology 

Frank L. Jewett Professor of Bible 

Edmund T. Miller Professor of Economics 

Robert W. Stayton Professor of Law 

A. W. Walker Professor of Law 




McElwrath, Adoue, Scott, F., 
Wadsworth, McKnight, Blank- 
enbeckler, Blalock 

Heyne, Bowman, G., Seybolt, 
Williams, Pearson, Thompson, 
Harvin, Kerr, B. 

Morrill, T., Morrill, J., Dealey, 
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Harrison, Carnes, Sharpless, 
Echols, Irons, Floeter, J., 
Shelton, Widdecke, H., 
McDonald, D. 

Cooper, Cox, Bland, Hopkins, 
Pendleton, Dibrell, E., Gibbs, 
Pillett, Thomas 

Andrews, Phillips, King, 
Peterson, English, Campbell, 
Conolly, Lee, Ainsworth 






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HISTORY 

Phi Gamma Delta was founded at Jefferson College, Canonsburg, Pennsylvania, in 
1848. The constitution was adopted on May 1, 1848, which day is known as Founders' 
Day. In accordance with its conservative policy oF chapter placing. Phi Gamma Delta's 
chapters now number seventy-three. National headquarters and also editorial offices 
for the fraternity's official publication, "The Phi Gamma Delta," are now located in 
Washington, D. C. Kappa Chapter, of which Tau Deuteron is a direct descendant, was 
established at Old Baylor University, Independence, Texas, in 1856, and was the first 
chapter of any fraternity to be established west of the Mississippi River. 

Tau Deuteron Chapter was founded on The University of Texas campus in 1883 by 
members of Kappa Chapter, which became extinct with the removal of Bavlor University 
from Independence to Waco. 




George Basham, President 



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OFFICERS 



President 


George Basham 


Treasurer 


. David Bland 


Recording Secretary 


Richard Ballinger 


Corresponding Secretary 


Alfred King 


Historian 


Henry Widdecke 




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GRADUATES 

Richard Ballinger^ Hearne 
Fennel! Dibrell, San Antonio 
Jethro Meek, Greensburg, Indiana 

SENIORS 

Clayton Amacher, Eng., San Angelo 

George Basham, B. Ad., Dallas 

Nat Brown, Eng., San Antonio 

John Carnes, Law, Dallas 

David Echols, A. ft S., San Antonio 

John S. Flocter, Eng., Houston 

R. P. Hale, B. Ad., East Chicago, Indiana 

R. W. Harless, B. Ad., Gonzales 

J, W. Harrison, B. Ad., Fort Worth 

David Irons, Law, Fort Worth 

Henry Johnson, B. Ad., Galveston 

Vance Muse, A. & S., Houston 

Ralph G. Sharpless, Eng., Port Arthur 

Thomas O. Shelton, Jr., Law, Dallas 

Ned Snyder, A. & S., Brownwood 

C. R. Stall, Eng., Cameron 

Dale Suttle, B. Ad., Long Beach, CaliFornta 

Henry Widdecke, B. Ad., Dallas 



FIRST YEAR LAWS 

David Bland, Austin 
Dick Cooper, Port Arthur 

SECOND YEAR LAWS 

Roland Johnson, Houston 
Doyle McDonald, Galveston 
Bill Ordway, Amarillo 

JUNIORS 

Marlin Andrews, B. Ad., Fort Worth 
Jack Bartholow, Eng., Dallas 
Archie Campbell, A. & S., Galveston 
Etheride Dibrell, Eng., San Antonio 
O. B. English, B. Ad., Dallas 
Bill Fisher, A. & S. Galveston 
Charles Gibbs, A. & S., San Angelo 
Barney Hopkins, Eng., Galveston 
Frank Keith, A. & S., Port Arthur 
Al King, A. & S., Corpus Chrtsti 
Samuel Lee, Eng., Grand Saline 
Oscar Pendleton, B. Ad., Shamrock 
Earl Peterson, B. Ad., Dallas 
Bert Phillips, A. &S., Fort Worth 
John Pillet, Eng., Dallas 
George Sargeant, A. & S., Dallas 
Oran Smith, A. & S., Cleburne 
Jimmy Smyth, A. & S., Dallas 
Hilliard S. Thomas, B. Ad., Cameron 



SOPHOMORES 

Ted Bartholow, Eng., Dallas 

Carl Biebers, Jr., A. & S., San Antonio 

Alfred Fuller, Eng., Austin 

Tommy Main, Eng., San Antonio 

Bob Wooldridge, Eng., Toronto, Canada 



PLEDGES 

John Ainsworth, Eng., El Paso 
Robert Allardyce, A. & S., Texarkana 
B. C. Anderson, A. & S., Austin 
Buck Arnold, A. & S., Houston 
Don Battle, A. & S., Dallas 
Guy Borden, Eng., San Antonio 
Bob Bradford, A. & S., Dallas 
Douglas Bryant, A. S: S., San Angelo 
Charles Cardiff, Eng., Katy 
Sidney Conolly, A. 8c S., Corpus Christi 
Walter Cooney, A. & S., Houston 
Ed Cornwell, A. & S., Austin 
Gilbert E. Cox, Law, San Angelo 
David Fleeter, Eng., Houston 
Robert Fisher, A. & S., Galveston 
L. E. GuiUol, A. & S., Dallas 
Bob Heiser, A. &.S., Dallas 



PLEDGES 

Tom Hull, A. & S., San Antonio 
Richard Knight, A. & S., Gonzales 
Bob Martin, A. & S., Galveston 
Walter Mathis, A. & S., San Antonio 
Scott McDonald, A. & S^ Fort Worth 
James McNamara, A. & S., San Antonio 
Jack Meachum, A. & S., Austin 
Robert Moffatt, Eng., San Antonio 
Tommy Ouick, A. & S^ San Angelo 
Ernest Rees, A. & S., Galveston 
Freddie Roc, A. & S., Robert Lee 
Killough Smith, A. & S., Fort Worth 
W. B. Steele, A. & S., Dallas 
Charles Widdecke, A. & S., Dallas 
Dred T. Wood, A. & S., Austin 



FACULTY 

Frederic Duncatf Professor of Medieval History 

Howard Gtlstrap Football Line Coach 

Berry Whitaker Director of Intramural Athletics 

Gerald Stafford Instructor in Geology 




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Guillot, Fisher,B., Bartholow,J., 
Hull, Fuller, Wooldridge 

Main, Biebers, McNamara, 
Bartholow, T., Cardiff, Quick, 
Roc, Knight, Bryant 

Smith, K., Wood, Fleeter, D., 
Steele, Battle, Cooney, Moffatt, 
Cornwell, Rees, Mathis 

Bradford, Meachum, Heiser, 
McDonald, S,, Arnold, Borden, 
Ma rtin, Allardyce, Widdecke, C. 
Fisher, R. 




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Morriss, Arnett, Dee, Rhea, 
Cook, R., Tillotson, Wells, 
Pike 

Wilkirson, Cimmerman, Wier, 
Jones, Lynch, Smith, P<syne, 
Moore, R. 

Munger, Jewett, Ross, Peterson, 
Eidson, Fyfe, Dysart, Davenport 




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HISTORY 

Phi Kappa Psi was founded February 19, 1852, at Jefferson College, Canonsburg, 
Pennsylvania by Charles P. T. Moore and William H. Letterman as the result of the desire 
to create a fellowship that would ever be binding. It has always maintained a conservative 
policy of expansion and the present fifty-two chapters, which make the fraternity entirely 
national in scope, are the greatest number of active chapters in its history. The fraternity 
is governed by the Grand Arch Council, which meets biennially and an executive council, 
composed of four alumni and five undergraduates. Phi Kappa Psi is divided into districts 
and each district is presided over by an Archon. Publications include eleven editions 
of the catalogue, a complete history of the fraternity, several editions of the song book, 
an official magazine, "The Shield," and a private quarterly pamphlet issued to members 
only. 

Texas Alpha Chapter was established at The University of Texas in 1904. 



OFFICERS 




President 


. Raymond Cook 


Vice-President 


Max Wier 


Recording Secretary 


. . Marshall Wells 


Corresponding Secretary 


David Rasco 


h^istorian 


. Everett Shirley 


Chaplain 


Lowell Wilkes 


Messenger 


. Bob Baxter 





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GRADUATES 

Earl Arnett, San Antonio 
Albert Morriss, Waco 

SENIORS 

Fred Cimmerman, B. Ad., Sdn Antonio 

Raymond Cook, Law, Houston 

Bill Dee, B. Ad., Amarillo 

Joe Ford^ Eng., Amarillo 

Nelson Greene, Law, Cameron 

Joe Hill, Eng., Amarillo 

George Pike, Law, Houston 

John Rhea, Eng., Roswell, New Mexico 

T. C. Tillotson, Eng., Roswell, New Mexico 

Marshall Wells, A. & S., Wellington 

Max Wier, Law, San Antonio 

Pat Wilkirson, Eng., Grandvicw 

Joe Wilson, A. & S., Dallas 



SECOND YEAR LAWS 

Franklin Jones, Houston 
Ray Lynch, Dallas 
Ramsey Moore, Dallas 
Leon Payne, Dallas 
E. W. Smith, Jr. Dallas 
Angus Wynne, Dallas 

FIRST YEAR LAWS 

Bob Jewett, Houston 
Nelson Munger, Houston 
Arch Ross, Austin 

JUNIORS 

James Davenport, B. Ad., Plarnview 
Bill Dysart, A. & S., Plainview 
Joe Eidson, A. & S., Hamilton 
Charles Fyfe, B. Ad., Amarillo 
John Peterson, B. Ad., Amarillo 



SOPHOMORES 

Bob Baxter, A. & S., Dallas 
Ray Coffin, A. & S.. Dallas 
Albert Hayward, A. & S,, Amarillo 
Bob Van Gundy, Eng., Houston 
David Rasco, A. ft S., Amarillo 
Fred Sanford, Eng., Fort Worth 
Lowell Wilkes, A. & S., Hubbard 
Everett Shirley, A. & S., Fort Worth 



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Joe Adams, A. & S., Austin 
Ed Bagot^A. & S., Amarillo 
Carmen Cook, A. & S., Lufkin 
Billy Bob Dickens, A. & S., Greenville 
Frank Harwood, A. & S., Taft 
Jim Hodgson, Eng-, Fort Worth 
Jary HunniCLtt, A. & S., Fort Worth 
Lewis Ldbenske, A, & S., Austin 
Kenneth Modrall, A. & S., Austin 
Roger Mood, A. & S., Austin 
Jimmy Moore, B. Ad., Naples 



PLEDGES 

Glenn Allen Newbold, B. Ad., Amarillo 
Raiford Perry, A. & S., Lufkin 
James Poole, A. & S., Marlin 
Nelson Puett, Jr., A. & S., Fentress 
Jim Roach, B. Ad., Amarillo 
Bill Robinson, A. & S., Corsicana 
Henry Sullivan, A. & S., Wellington 
Harry Tappan, A. & S., San Antonio 
Kinman Thompson, Eng., Houston 
John Wells, A. & S., Austin 
Tom Wood, Eng., Houston 



FACULTY 

W. H. Brentiinger Assistant Professor of Psychology 

H. V. Craig Assistant Professor of Applied Mathematics 

E. E. Hale Professor of Economics 

J. L. Henderson Professor of Secondary Education 

C. P. Patterson Professor of Government 

R. P. Shirley Assistant Professor of Law 

O. D. Weeks Professor oF Government 



Moore, J., Roach, Harwood, 
Wood, Hayward, Coffin, 
Tappan, Thompson 

Cook, C, Shirley, Wilkes, 
Poole, Baxter, Sanford, Rasco, 
Van Gundy, Dickens 

Bagot, Vaughan, Perry, Adams, 
Hunnicutt, Sullivan, Hodgson, 
Robinson, Puett 




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Levy, M. P., Bennett, Laven, 
Purvin, Rosenman, Goodman 

Friedman, Schwdrz, Roscoe, 
Fink, Seliamann, Greenfield 

Levy, M. D., Rosengarten, Brin 
Wunderman, Singer, David, 
Straus 



Phi Sisma Delta 



HISTORY 

Phi Sigma Delta fraternity was organized at Columbia University, New York, November 
10, 1910. There are nineteen active chapters on the fraternity roll. Graduate clubs 
have been organized in cities throughout the country. The fraternity is governed by an 
executive council consisting of the national officers and nine fraters elected at large. 
Phi Sigma Delta publishes a quarterly magazine, "The Deltan." A directory is also 
issued from time to time. Three cups are awarded annually to outstanding chapters, the 
Professor Brummer Cup, the Victor Icove Cup, and the Lambda Cup. The Lambda Cup 
is presented by the chapter at The University of Texas. 

Lambda Chapter was established at The University of Texas in 1920. 




Roy Bennett, Master Prater 



OFFICERS 



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Master Frater 
Vice-Master Frater 
House Manager 
Recording Secretary 
Corresponding Secretary 
Treasurer 

Board of Governors 



Roy Bennett 
Bernard Seigle 
Moise Levy 
Dan Wunderman 
Leonard Rosengarten 
H. D. Schwarz 

y Bernard Rosenman 

i Robert Purvin 




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SENIORS 

Roy Bennett, Law, Austin 
Robert Purvin, Eng., Dallas 
Bernard Scigle, A. & S., Houston 
George Laven, A. & S., San Antonio 
Morton Levy, cng., Waco 

FIRST YEAR LAWS 

Raymond Goodman, Laredo 
Bernard Rosenman, San Antonio 
Saul Friedman, Houston 



JUNIORS 

Royal Brin, A. & S., Dallas 
Silas Friedlander, A. & S., Tyler 
Norman Fink, B. Ad., San Antonio 
David Greenfield, B. Ad., Houston 
Moise Levy, A. & S., Houston 
Arthur Roscoe, A. & S., Laredo 
Leonard Rosengarten, A. & S., Dallas 
H. D. Schwarz, Eng., Hempstead 
Dan Wunderman, A. & S., San Benito 



SOPHOMORES 

Edward Bullman, A. & S., Dallas 
Stanley David, A. & S., Dallas 
Stern Feinberg, A. & S., Texarkana 
Paul Finkelslein, A. & S., Dallas 
B, H. Marks, Eng., Dallas 
Josef Mintz, A. & S. Dallas 
H. B. Rosenthal, A. & S., Fort Worth 
Alvin Shwarts, A. & S., Corsicana 
Louis Tobian, A. & S., Dallas 



PLEDGES 

Paul Block, A. & S., St. Joseph, Missouri 
Jack Frost, Eng., San Antonio 
Sylvan Golding, Eng., Spur 
Ben Handelman, A. & S., Marlin 
Z. M. Joseph, A. & S., Marshall 
Alvin Marks, Eng., Corsicana 
Myron Marks, A. & S., Marshall 
George Myer, A. & S., Dallas 
Robert Reid, A. & S.,_Dallas 



PLEDGES 

Julius Seligmann, B. Ad., San Antonio 

John Singer, Eng., Houston 

Leonard Spitzer, A. & S., Oak Park, Illinois 

Arthur Stern, A. & S., Dallas 

Jack Straus, A. & S., Houston 

Edwin Tobolowsky, A. & S., Dallas 

Stacey Walelski, Eng., Dallas 

Aaron Witz, A. & S., Denison 




Tobian, Marks, B., Feinberg, 
Shwarts, Finkelstein, Bullman, 

Mintz 

Handleman, Spitzer, Marks, M., 
Watelski, Frost, Block, Myer 

Reid, Joseph, Witz, Marks, A., 
Golding, Stern, Tobolowsky 





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Davis, Starley, Irwin, Preston, E., 
Hammack^ Freeman, Whitsett 

Herder, Stafford, Raney, Cain, 
Haring, Poth, Preston, J., 
White, R. 

Ward, Nevill, Roberts, E., 
Mayfield, Gump, R., Martin, J., 
Steedman, Woodfin 

Sharp, Primeaux, German, Heye, 
Crockett, Windham, J., 
Callaway, W., Benda 





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Pi Kappa Alpha 



HISTORY 

Pi Kappa Alpha was founded at the University of Virginia in March, 1868, as the 
culmination of the desire of six students to perpetuate their friendship, which had its 
inception in their comradeship in the Confederate Army. Despite the difficulties of the 
Reconstruction Period, other chapters were established during the next few years. From 
the South, the fraternity spread through the Southwest to the West and Middle West 
and then to the East. The fraternity has seventy-eight chapters and a total membership of 
about 25,000. It was one of the first fraternities to outlaw mock ceremonies in connection 
with initiations and it awards a loving cup to the chapter with the highest scholastic 
average. The official publication is a quarterly magazine, "The Shield and Diamond. 
The government is through biennial national conventions and annual district conventions. 

Beta Mu Chapter was established at The University of Texas in 1920. 




Emmett Whitsett, President 



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OFFICERS 

President Emmett Whitsett, Jr. 

Vice-President Ellis Mayfield 

Secretary Richard Gump 

Treasurer Robert White 




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GRADUATE 

Louis Dixon, Longvtew 

SENIORS 

Clayton Bray, Law, Gladewaler 

Robert S. Davis, A. S S., Belton 

Jack Evans, A. 8: S., Livingston 

Ray K. Freeman, A. & S., Denison 

Shelby Hammack, B. Ad., Paris 

Louis H. Haring, A. & S., San Antonio 

Paul K. Herder, B. Ad., Weimar 

T. K. Irwin, A. & S., Dallas 

J. F. O'Rourke, B. Ad., El Paso 

Hinds Poth, B. Ad., Yoakum 

Laurens Pratt, Eng., Austin 

J. M. Preston, Law, Childress 

Harry N. StaFford, Eng., El Paso 

J. H. Starley, Law, Pecos 

W. H. Tonn, Eng.. Austin 

Emmett Whitsett, Jr., Law, Floresville 

Ralph Williams, B. Ad., Pecos 



SECOND YEAR LAWS 

Ellis Mayfield, El Paso 
Ed Roberts, Dallas 
William Ward, El Paso 
Robert White, El Paso 

FIRST YEAR LAWS 

Richard Gump, Dallas 
Harold Suggs, San Antonio 
Gene Woodfin, Paris 



JUNIORS 

Sam Callaway, A. & S., Fort Worth 
W. H. Callaway, Eng Fort Worth 
Curtis Clark, B. Ad., Corpus Christ! 
David Crockett, B. Ad., Dallas 
Laurence Garvo B. Ad., San Antonio 
Paul German, Eng., Austin 
Randall Heye, Eng., Galveston 
Ed Horsley, B. Ad., Dallas 
Don Kennemer, B. Ad., San Angelo 
John McKee, Eng., El Paso 
Van Painter, Eng., Dallas 
Robert Ritter, B. Ad^ El Paso 
John Roberts, A. & S., San Antonio 
Clinton Smith, A. & S. Houston 
H. B. Strothers, B. Ad., Austin 
V. B. Watts, B. Ad., Livingston 
James Windham, A. & S., Livingston 

SOPHOMORES 

Houston Burnham, Eng., Sullivan City 
Frank Cage, Eng^ Austin 
Dan Ryan, A. & S., Houston 



PLEDGES 

Douglas Arnold, A. & S., Crockett 
Basil Bell, A. & S., Cuero 
John Benda, A. S S., Dallas 
Ed Breaker, Eng., Houston 
W. F. Cain, A. & S., Nacogdoches 
Joe Coffield, Eng., Waco 
Carroll Curl, A. & S., Amarillo 
William Dunne, B. Ad., El Paso 
Zack L. Felder, Eng., Dallas 
Dudley Gowland, B. Ad., San Antonio 
Robert Gump, A. & S., Dallas 
Howard Hurst, Eng., Houston 
George Irwin, A. & S^ Dallas 
Guilford Jones, A. St S., Austin 
Ray Keeling, A. S S., Dallas 
Thomas Lipscomb, A. & S., Dallas 
Sheffy Mahan, A. & S., Childress 
Jerry Martin, Law, Breckenridgc 
W. F, Martin, A. & S., Hamlin 
Jack McAninch, A. & S., Dallas 



PLEDGES 

George McCullcy, Eng., Dallas 

Jack Meadows, Eng., Dallas 

Guy Nevill, Law, Dallas 

Frank Parsons, A. & S., El Paso 

Walter Porter, A. & S., Bryan 

Earl Preston, A. & S., Childress 

Oran Primeaux, B. Ad., Gary 

G. A. Pringle, A. & S., Austin 

L G. Raney, B. Ad., Childress 

William Ritter, A. & S., El Paso 

Larry Rupel, A. & S^ Austin 

Ed Steedman, Law, Sherman 

Miller Tharp, A. & S., Tulsa, Oklahoma 

Raleigh Usry, A. & S., Dallas 

Murray Voss, Eng., Austin 

Hamilton White, Eng., Del Rio 

Wyman Windham, A. & S., Livingston 

Gene Workman, Eng., Dallas 

Harold Yarborough, A. & S., Goldthwaite 



FACULTY 

L. W. Payne Professor of English 

L. Theo Bellmont Director of Physical Training for Men 

C. M. Montgomery Professor of Romance Languages 

G. K. Eifier Professor of Geology 










Parsons, Porter, Painter, Ritter,R., 
Curl, Bell, Horsley, 
Roberts, J. 

Callaway, S., Ritter, W., Watts, 
Kennemer, Ryan, Meadows, 
Workman, Cage 

Hurst, Voss, Burnham, Arnold, 
Mahan, Gowland, Lipscomb, 
Irwin, G. 

Breaker, Felder, Martin, W., 
Windham, W., Jones, Usry, 
McCulley, Coffield 






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Adams, Parker, W., Fox, 
Newberry, Conkey, Hutcheson, 
Witherspoon 

Jackson, B., Mclntyre, Stone, B., 
Caldwell, Wiseman, Thomason, 
Davis 

Hardie, W., Daniel, Patton, 
Cunningham, Hutcheson, T., 
Wheeler, Lee 




Sigma Alpha Epsilon 



HISTORY 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon was founded at the University of Alabama in 1856. A nationa 
scope was contemplated from the first, and there are now one hundred and nine active 
chapters. The fraternity established in 1930 the Levere Memorial Temple in Evanston, 
Illinois, which contains the most complete library in existence related to Greek-letter 
organizations. More than half of the members of Sigma Alpha Epsilon served in the 
Civil War, including every member of four chapters. A policy of expansion in the North 
was inaugurated in 1883, the fraternity having been considered a distinctly Southern 
organization until that time. More than eight thousand members served in the World 
War. Alumni organizations have been formed abroad. 

Texas Rho Chapter was established at The University of Texas in 1884. 



OFFICERS 

President Ben Stone 

Vice-President James Daffan Caldwel 




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SENIORS 

Charles Adams, B. Ad., Fort Worth 

C O. Byrd, A. & S., Dallas 

Frank Conlcey, A. & S., Round Rock 

Jack Fox, A. a S., Childress 

Joe Goldston, Law, Houston 

Robert Hardwicke. A. & S,, Fort Worth 

Jack Hornberger, Law, San Antonio 

Ryland Howard, Law, Houston 

Palmer Hutcheson, Law, Houston 

Baxter Jackson, B. Ad., San Antonio 

McVoy Mclntyre, Eng., Mindcn, Louisiana 

Henry Morris, Law, Dallas 

F. K. Newberry, Law, Austin 

Lawrence Parker, A. & S., Bryan 

William Parker, Eng., Austin 

Guy Witherspoon, A. 8t S., Greenville 

SECOND YEAR LAWS 

Walter Brcnan, San Antonio 
Daffan Caldwell, San Antonio 
Bond Davis, San Antonio 
Alfred Dohoney, Austin 
Arthur Grenier, Austin 
Adrian Patton, Dallas 
Ben Stone, Amarillo 
William Thomason, Gainesville 
Reagan Wiseman, San Antonio 



Sigma Alpha Epsilon 



FIRST YEAR LAWS 

John Daniel, Temple 
William Hardie, El Paso 
Reagan Houston, San Antonio 
Richard Lee, Dallas 
Henry Mattnews, San Antonio 
Joel Westbrook, Austin 
Carrol Wheeler, Texarkana 

JUNIORS 

Warren Bellows, Eng., Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 

Albert Biedenharn, A. & S., San Antonio 

Robert Caton, A. & S., Tyler 

Eugene Carrington, A. & S., Comfort 

Marvin Collie, A. & S., Amarillo 

Henry Cortes, Eng., Houston 

William Cochran, A. & S., Houston 

Bob Crockett, B. Ad., El Paso 

Jamie Culp, B. Ad., Temple 

J. C. George, A. & S., Brownsville 

Thornton Hardie, A. & S., El Paso 

Robert Heidrick, A. & S., Beaumont 

Harry Holstun, A. & S., Dallas 

George Morris, Eng., Dallas 

Gordon Rogers, A. & S., Kansas City, Missouri 

Jack Staley, A. & S., Wichita Falls 

Roger Sullivan, B. Ad., Dallas 

Harris Underwood, A. & S., Athens 

Sam Webb, A. & S., Dallas 

Rabun Wilson, B. Ad., Austin 

Joe Wolverton,.B..Ad., Vernon 



SOPHOMORES 

Robert Cousins, A. & S., Austin 
William Cousins, A. & S., Austin 
Billy Frost, A. & S., Eastland 
Howard Georgi, A. & S., Dallas 
Bob Murphy, A. & S., Texarkana 
Lingo Platter, A. & S., Austin 
Frank Richcy, A. & S., Waco 
Henry Rose, Eng., Dallas 
Jerry Stone, A. & S., Dallas 
James Wilson, A. & S., Austin 
Burke Windham, Phar., Tyler 
Charles Zubcr, A. & S., Dallas 



PLEDGES 

David Boyd, A. & S., Dallas 

Robert Cunningham, Law, Mobile, Alabama 

Jack Fant, A. & S., EI Paso 

Robert Garner, A. & S., Amarillo 

Charles Hightower, A. & S., Hattiesburg, Mississippi 

Thad Hutcheson, Law, Houston 

Donald Lewis, A. & S., Paris 

Dudley Jackson, A. & S., San Antonio 

Hugh Longino, A. & S., Magnolia, Arkansas 

Eugene McCartt, A. & S., Amarillo 



PLEDGES 

Herbert McGaughey, Phar., Greenville 
Bill Lovelace, A. & S., Waco 
Jim Pridgen, A. & S., Cuero 
Donald Russell, Eng., Eastland 
Robert Spence, A. & S., Tyler 
Jim Tolleson, A. & S., Amarillo 
Tol Ware, A. Sc S., Amarillo 
Jim Whittington, Law, Eastland 
Francis Winter, A. & S., Houston 



FACULTY 

E. G. Smith Professor of Marketing 

J. B. Wharey Professor of English 



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Houston, Westbrook, 
Matthews, Longino, Pridgen, 
Wolverton, Caton, Wilson, R. 

Fant, George, Crockett, Culp, 
Carrington, Morris, G., Cortes 
Ware, Garner 

Windham, Wilson, J., Zuber, 
Collie, Richey, Lovelace, 
Platter, Stone, J., Murphy 

Spence, Hightower, Russell, 
McGoughey, Lewis, Jackson,D, 
Whittington, Tolleson, 
Winter 





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Brown, Levinson, SchiFf, Levinc, 
Cohen 

Davis, Winkler, Goodfriend, I., 
Frumer, Massman, I. 

Karkowski, Potash, Willens, 
KieJnman, M., Strauss 








Sigma Alpha Mu 



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HISTORY 

Sigma Alpha Mu has thirty-five chapters in the United States and Canada with more 
than a thousand active members. It v^as founded on Thanksgiving Eve, November 26, 
1909. The eight founders were Lester Cohen, Jacob Kaplan, Ira N. hiind, David Levin- 
son, Samuel Ginsburg, Abraham N. Kerner, Adolph I. Fabis, and Hyman I. Jacobson. 
The fraternity has an endowment fund through which scholarships and loans to chapters 
and students are made. The chapter having the best record in scholarship and cultura 
activity for a given year is awarded the founder's cup. Another cup is presented to the 
chapter having shown the most improvement during the previous year. The fraternity 
publishes a private monthly magazine and a quarterly called the "Octagonian." 

Sigma Theta Chapter was established at The University of Texas in 1922. 



OFFICERS 



Prior. 
Exchequer 
Recorder . 



Bernard Karkowski 
Irwin Massman 
Leo Davis 




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GRADUATE 

Simon Alexander, Corpus Christi 

SENIORS 

Marvin Brown, B. Ad., Brownsville 
Aaron Cohen, Eng., Cleburne 
Leo Davis, A. & S., Tyler 
Ed Levine, Eng., Memphis, Tennessee 
Sidney Levinson, A. & S., Menard 
Harold Schiff, A. & S., Fort Worth 
Arnold Travis, Eng., Houston 



SECOND YEAR LAWS 

Louis Fruftier, Shreveport, Louisiana 
Irving Goodfriend, Austin 
Bernard KarlcowsIci, Liberty 
Irwin Massman, Beaumont 
Edward Winkler, Stockton 

FIRST YEAR LAWS 

Raymond Frredlander, Tyler 
Melvin Potash, El Paso 



JUNIORS 

Herman Eisen, A. & S. Tyler 
Daniel Kleinman, B. Ad., San AngcIo 
Melvin Lachman, B. Ad., San Antonio 
Robert Strauss, A. & S., Stamford 
Sumner Willens, A. & S., Temple 



SOPHOMORES 

Sylvan Gurinsky, A. & S., San Antonio 
Philip Lipstate, Eng., Tyler 
James Muslow, A. & S., Dayton, Ohio 
Paul RosenField, A. & S., Clarksville 
Albert Schwartz, A. & S., El Paso 
J. M. Schwartz, A. & S., Eagle Pass 



PLEDGES 

Edward Berliner, A. & S., El Paso 
Reuben Edelstein, B. Ad., Brownsville 
Nat Goodfriend, A. & S., Austin 
Maurice Kleinman, A. 8c S., San Angelo 
Edward Massman, Eng., Beaumont 
David May, Law, San Antonio 



PLEDGES 

Sidney Melllnger, A. & S., Big Spring 
Sylvan Melltnger, A. & S., Merkel 
Seymour Myers, A. & S., Dallas 
Ruben Riskind, A. 8c S., Eagle Pass 
Henry Schlinger, A. & S., Dallas 
William Smallberg, A. & S., El Paso 



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Aaron Schaffer Professor of Romance Languages 




Kleinman, D., Eisen, Edelstein, 
Berliner, Schwartz, J., Muslow 

Lipstate, Rosenfield, Gurinsky, 
Schwartz, A., Myers, Riskind 

Mellinger, Sidney; May, 
Schlinger, Goodfriend, N., 
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Keeton, Mahaffey/ Brown, 
Motley, Hargrove, Houston, 
Yochem, Eastland 

Swearingen, Peterson, Crome, 
Fourmy, Butler, M., Riley, 
Cravens, Denton 

Grasty, Mayne, Philquist, 
Logue, Gant, Griffin, Evans, 
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Sigma Chi 



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HISTORY- 

Sigma Chi was founded at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, on June 28, 1855, the 
third of the Miami Triad to be established. As a method of unifying the various chapters, 
they are combined into provinces. Every year the L. G. Balfour Award is presented to 
the outstanding Sigma Chi undergraduate in each province, and a national av^/ard is given 
to the most outstanding undergraduate in the whole fraternity. Among the fraternity 
publications are "The Magazine of Sigma Chi, "The Sigma Chi Directory," "The Sigma 
Chi Pledge Manual," and "The Sigma Chi Bulletin," which was the first private fraternity 
journal to be published. There are ninety-eight active chapters, and there are alumni 
chapters and associations spread throughout the country. 

Alpha Nu Chapter was established at The University of Texas in 1 884. 



OFFICERS 



President . . . . 
Vice-President 
Secretary . . . . 
Treasurer 
Corresponding Secretary 



Howard Motley 
Jack Coke 
John Riley 
Bill Swearingen 
Kay Nolen 




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SECOND YEAR LAWS 


JUNIORS 




Leroy Denman, San Antonio 


Martin Butler, Eng., Austin 




Clem McClelland, Fayetteville, Arkansas 


Frank Chappell, A. & S., Dallas 


SENIORS 


Dudley Peterson, Galveston 


Jack Coke, A. & S., Dallas 




Jones Porter, Longview 


Edmund Cravens, A. & S., Austin 


Stolces Brown, A. S S., Springfield, Tennessee 


Jack Sparks, Austin 


Ray Grasty, Ens., La Porte 


John Burns, B. Ad., Austin 




Jim Griffin, Eng., Dallas 


Bob Butler, Eng., Austin 


FIRST YEAR LAWS 


Bill Mayne, B. Ad., Austin 


Laurence Eastland, B. Ad., Fort Worth 




Harris Philquist, A. & S., Austin 


Bob Eckhardt, Law, Austin 


David Hume, Eagle Pass 


Charles Prothro, A. & S., Wichita Falls 


Carey Hargrove, A. & S., Houston 


Curtis Pcrryman, Austin 


John Riley, A. & S., Austin 


William Houston, B. Ad., Austin 


Roderick Russ, Biloxi, Mississippi 




Grover Kceton, A. & S^ Houston 
Landis MahaKcy, A. S: S., Austin 




SOPHOMORES 






Malcolm Milburn, Eng., San Antonio 




Carroll Church, A. & S., Houston 


Howard Motley, Law, Tenaha 




Gilbert Denman, A. 8: S., San Antonio 


Bill Swearingen, Eng., San Antonio 




Bill Kuhn, A. & S., Austin 


Frank Vochem, A. & S., San Antonio 




Bill Newkirk, A. & S., Dearborn, Michigan 
Kay Nolen, A. & S., Houston 
Bill Pioch, Eng., Detroit, Michigan 
Victor Ritter, A. & S., Many, Louisiana 
Bill.Stanberry, A. 8t S., Austin 



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Bill Brink, A. & S., Grosse Pointe Park, Michigan 

Hal Browne, A. & S., San Antonio 

Leslie Colwell, A. & S., Austin 

Bill Crome, A. & S., San Antonio 

Ashley Denton, A. & S. Houston 

Druce Evans, A. & S., Austin 

Frank Fourmy, Law, Houston 

Jack Gant, A. & S., Wichita Falls 

Jim Gardner, A. & S., Tulsa, Oklahoma 

C. A. Goldsmith, A. & S., Midland 

P. F. Graves, A, & S., Houston 

Chester Harvey, A. 8t S., Wichita Falls 



PLEDGES 

Ross Holloway, Eng., Austin 

Jack Kcppler, A. & S., San Antonio 

Walter Kirkpatrick, A. & S., South Orange, N. J. 

Jack Lallier, A. & S^ Dallas 

Joe Leonard, A. & S., Gainesville 

Clyde Loguc, A. & S., San Antonio 

Pat Murta, A. & S., Tulsa, Oklahoma 

Morgan Nesbitt, A. & S., Dallas 

Ernest Schubert, Eng., El Paso 

James Thompson, A. & S., Houston 

Paul Williams, A. & S., Detroit, Michigan 



FACULTY 

Bryant Carstarphen Instructor in English 

Edward Crane Professor of Law 

A. E. Cooper Professor of Applied Mathematics 

Stanley P. Finch Professor of Civil Engineering 

Jack Gray Head Basketball Coach 

Hugh McMath Assistant Professor of Architecture 




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man, G., Ritter, Nolen, Brink, 
Keppler, Goldsmith 

Harvey, Gardner, Stanberry 
Newkirk, Pioch, Kuhn, Williams 
Church 

Holloway, Graves, Leonard, 
Thompson, Lallier, Nesbitt, 
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Newman, McKdy,M., Walker,J, 
Jones, White, Porter 

Labdtt, Blanton, Goode, Syers, 
Wade, Nesbitt, West, 
Prowse, G., Pro^se, L. 

Jarrel, DeuPree, Field, 
Clarkson, Smith, B., Kelso, 
Stduffcr, Church, Smith, R. 



Sigma Nu 



HISTORY 

Sigma Nu grew out of a secret society, the Legion of [Honor, established at Virginia 
Military Institute in 1868 to meet the need of fraternity organization felt during the post- 
war inactivity of older chapters. The Greek letter and the fraternity organization were 
adopted in 1869. That year is regarded as the date of founding of Sigma Nu. The 
fraternity directed its expansion principally in the South and West until it was firmly 
established. At the present time there are one hundred and two active chapters. The 
fraternity publication is the "Delta," established in 1883. It has appeared regularly 
since that time. 

Upsilon Chapter was established at The University of Texas in 1886. 




Milton H. West, Jr., Eminent Commancier 



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OFFICERS 



Eminent Commander 
Lieutenant Commander 
Recorder . 
Treasurer 




Milton H. West, Jr. 
John R. Walker, Jr. 
Don N. White 
Morris McKay 




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SENIORS 

Ben Blanton, B. Ad., Clarksville 

Howard Dodd, B. Ad., Tyler 

James L. Goode, A. & S., San Benito 

Robert L, Jones, B. Ad., Brownsville 

Blair Labatt, B. Ad., San Antonio 

Morris McKay, Law, La Porte 

Robert W. Mills, B. Ad., Tyler 

James E. Newman, Ens., Tyler 

Gus F. Obenhaus, Eng., Columbus 

Weldon L. Porter, Eng,, Hillsboro 

Harry Quin, A. & S., Austin 

William Edward Syers, A. & S., San Antonio 

Ronzo Wade, B. Ad., Jacksonville 

John R. Walker, Eng., San Antonio 

Don N. White, Eng., San Antonio 



SECOND YEAR LAWS 

Frank Nesbitt, Miami, Oklahoma 
George A. Prowse, Alice 
Leiand A. Prowse, Jr^ Alice 
Milton H. West, Jr., Brownsville 

FIRST YEAR LAWS 

Herbert K. Clarkson, Jr., San Antonio 

Charles Lamar DeuPree, Abilene 

Sam Houston Field, Mission 

Willis Jarrel, Tyler 

Winchester Kelso, III, San Antonio 

J. Burleson Smith, San Antonio 



JUNIORS 

Thomas F. Brashear, A. & S., Austin 
William Church, A. & S., San Antonio 
Richard McKay, A. & S., La Porte 
Robert N. Smith, A. & S., Mission 
Ralph Stauffer, A. & S., Tulsa, Oklahoma 
Rembert Tyson, A. & S., Camden, Arkansas 
Philip Wandel, A. & S., Dallas 
Jack Wrather, A. & S., Tyler 

SOPHOMORES 

Alex H. Bernhard, A. & S., Seguin 
Willis W. Gray, A. & S„ Corpus Christi 
Edward A. Karper, A. & S., College Station 
Fred B. Koontz, Jr., A. & S., Tulsa, Oklahoma 
Lours McDonald, A. & S., Wharton 
Allen Ouereau, A. & S., San Antonio 
Henry Wayne Smith, A. & S., Palestine 



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Hal Bybee, A. & S., Sophomore, Austin 

George Clark, Eng., Sophomore, Nacogdoches 

Lloyd Bentsen, A. & S., Freshman, Mission 

Robert W. Bybee, Eng., Freshman, Austin 

Evans H. Dunn, A. & S., Freshman, Tulsa, Oklahoma 

Frederick W. Dodd, A. & S., Freshman, Tyler 

Ben B. Gayle, A. & S., Freshman, San Antonio 

Arthur Lee Hart, A. & S., Freshman, McAIIen 

Robert Cook Herbert, A. & S., Freshman, Nacogdoches 

Clyde Cook, A. & S., Freshman, Tulsa, Oklahoma 



PLEDGES 

L. B. Parker, Eng., Freshman, Little Rock, Arkansas 
Robert H. Redburn, A. & S., Freshman, San Antonio 
Richard Skelton, A. & S., Freshman, San Antonio 
Dayton Reed Taylor, A. & S., Freshman, Bertram 
Kerns B. Taylor, A. & S., Freshman, Austin 
Thomas F. Taylor, A. & S., Freshman, Austin 
Rex Walker, Eng., Freshman, Tulsa, Oklahoma 
GoreeE. Waugh, A. &S., Freshman, BluefieId,WestVirginia 
Roger Williams, A. & S., Freshman, Sterling City 



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FACULTY 

Malcolm Colby Professor of Physics 

Henry G. Damon Assistant Professor of Geology 

Wilson Homer Elkins Instructor in History 

George Fancher Professor of Petroleum Production Engineering 

Eugene Paul Schoch Professor of Chemistry 



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McKay, R., Wrather, Gray, 
Koontz, Smith, H., Bernhard 

Quereau, Bybee, H., Herbert, 
Hart, Walker, R., Dunn, Bentsen, 
Bybee, B., Taylor, T. 

Redburn, Waugh, Gayle, 
Taylor, D., Williams, Taylor, K., 
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Beauchamp, Baze, Sellers, Taylor, 
Wdldman 

Foster, Swearengen, Brown, H., 
Dickson, Kenesson, Stuart, 
Allen, Hutchinson, Weatherly 

Wheat, Krueser, Dublin, 
McSween, Schooler, Heard, 
Ramsdell, Miller, H., Wclty 




Sigma Phi Epsilon 



HISTORY 

Sigma Phi Epsilon was the outgrowth of a local fraternity at Richmond College in 
Richmond, Virginia, in 1901, emerging from "The Saturday Night Club," a group of six 
young men banded together for the purpose of enjoying mutual association. Sigma 
Phi Epsilon is a charter member of the National Inter-Fraternity Conference which was 
organized in 1909, and has become renowned in Greek circles for its budgetary alumni 
control system of finance, known as the Sigma Phi Epsilon Plan of Finance. Today, the 
fraternity owns fifty-two houses with an aggregate value of over $1,500,000; has sixty- 
nine active chapters in thirty-eight states, forty-six alumni chapters in twenty-nine states, 
and over twenty thousand members throughout the world. 

Texas Alpha Chapter was established at The University of Texas in 1930. 




Tom Wheat, President 




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OFFICERS 

President Tom Wheat 

Vice-President Fred Ramsdell 

Secretary Grant Baze 

Treasurer Everett Hutchinson 

Guard William York 




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GRADUATES 

William Jones, Kingfisher^ Okldhom* 
Curtis Nunn, Georgetown 

SENIORS 

Ernest Allen, Jr., Eng., Blanket 

Grant Sheridan Baze, B. Ad., Mclvin 

Tom Beauchamp, Jr., B. Ad., Paris 

Hiram Brown, Eng., Austin 

Ralph Dickson, Law, Wichita Falls 

Lloyd Vance Foster, B. Ad., Jefferson 

Edward Gaudet, Eng., Bay City 

James William Hodges, Eng., Beaumont 

Jay Huntley Kenesson, Jr., B. Ad., Doucette 

Robert Sellers, Law, El Paso 

Rupert Stuart, B. Ad., Gurdon, Arkansas 

Spencer Swearengen, A. & S., Woodville 

Clyde Taylor, B. Ad., Dallas 

Charles Waldmann, Eng., Dallas 



SECOND YEAR LAWS 

Everett Hutchinson, Hempstead 
Thomas Weatherly, Huntsville 

FIRST YEAR LAWS 

Charles Kruegcr, Austin 
Paul Schooler, Austin 
Tom Wheat, Bellville 

JUNIORS 

Jack Ayer, A. & S., Austin 

Douglas Barberie, Eng^ Chihuahua, Mexico 

Lindsey Dublin, A. & S., Brownwood 

Tommy Glenn, Eng., Waco 

Tom Heard, A. & S., Refugio 

Joe Hollinger, A. & S., Houston 

Jay McSween, A. & S., Austin 

Hugh Miller, A. & S., Grandbury 

Fred Ramsdell, Eng., Austin 

Lloyd Roach, A. & S., Paris 

Bryant Rcnegar, A. & S., Fort Worth 

John Welty, A. & S., Austin 

Raymond Wunsch, A. 8e S., Paris 

William York, A. & S., Tyler 



SOPHOMORES 

Roger HoFfman, A. & S., San Diego 

James Krause, Eng., Houston 

Richard Lane, Eng., Laredo 

Fred Looke, A. & S., Austin 

J. D. McCullough, A. & S-, Tyler 

Harry Miller, A. & S., Houston 

Robert Moers, A. & S., Houston 

Tommy Nelms, A. & S., Houston 

Tom H. Norman, A. & S., Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania 

Charles Petet, A. & S., Austin 

Dick Preston, A. & S., Dallas 

John Simpson, A. & S., Robert Lee 

Preston Staats, A. & S., New Braunfels 

Henry Steen, A. & S., Runge 

Robert Whitten, A. & S., Austin 



PLEDGES 

Joe Bowles, A. & S., Austin 
Bart Brown, A. & S., Austin 
Rov Broyles, A. & S., Austin 
John Egan, A. & S., Austin 
Charles Lipscomb, A. & S., Houston 



PLEDGES 

Hugh Metcalf, Eng., Houston 
Jack Shelton, A. & S., Austin 
Charles Standifer, A. & S., Austin 
William Stocking, A. & S., San Antonio 
F. P. Wipff, A. & S., Eagle Pass 




Wunsch, York, Standifer, Petet, 
Wipff, Looke, Nelms, Renegar, 
Whitten 

Krause, Stocking, Preston, 
HoFfman, Broyles, McCullough, 
Lane, Miller, H. M., Moers 

Norman, Barberie, Simpson, 
Lipscomb, Shelton, Staats, 
Metcalf, Egan, Brown, B. 






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Grossman, J., Blumenthal 

Stool, J., Ford, Kdlmdns, Berman, 
Hochfiidn, Hessel 

Meer, Hoffman, Grossman, B., 
Sfiulman, Leon, Nurick 




Tau Delta Phi 



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HISTORY 

Tau Delta Phi was founded as a local fraternity at the College of the City of New York 
in 1910. Expansion was confined to New York City for several years but this policy 
was changed in response to interest of men in other colleges. The fraternity roll now 
includes twenty-one active chapters. The fraternity encourages scholarship, service, and 
general achievement. A cup is presented to the chapter which has achieved the highest 
standards during the preceding year. A scholarship cup is awarded to the chapter with 
the best scholastic average, and an improvement trophy to the chapter which has most 
improved its scholarship during the past year. Individual awards are made to the under- 
graduate with the highest scholastic average. 

Rho chapter was established at The University of Texas in 1926. 



OFFICERS 



Consul 
Custos 
Quaestor . 
Scribe . 
h^istorian . 
Alumni Scribe 
h^ouse Manager 



Burton Grossman 
Leo Hoffman 
M. C Blumenthal 
Alfred Schulman 
Joseph Grossman 
Julian Meer 
Yale Kaimans 




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SENIORS 

Robert Berman, Eng., Henryettd, Otcldhomd 

M. C. Blumenthdl, B. Ad.. Houston 

Louis Bocltstein, B. Ad., Fort Worth 

CKdtles Ford, B. Ad., Houston 

Jack Goren, A. S S., Houston 

Joseph Grossman, Phar^ Austin 

E. M. Hochman, Law, Galveston 

Yale Kalmans, Law, Houston 

Jake Kdtz, B. Ad^ El Paso 

Joe Stool, A. & S., Del Rio 

SECOND YEAR LAW 

Aaron'Hessel, Mercedes 



FIRST YEAR LAW 

Julian Mccr, San Antonio 

JUNIORS 

Burton Grossman, A. & S., Corpus Christi 
Leo Hoffman, A. & S., Comanche 
Harold Leon, Eng., Houston 
Maurice Shulman, B. Ad., Longview 



SOPHOMORES 

Milton Arbetter, A. & S., San Antonio 
Milton Nurick, A. & S., Houston 
Lionel Rottenberg, A. & S., Wharton 
Alfred Schulman, A. & S^ Bryan 
Edwin Weininger, Eng., San Antonio 



PLEDGES 

Julius Blum, Eng., Houston 
Abie Cohen, A. & S., Abilene 
Jodie Eisenberg, A. & S., San Antonio 
Leon Gordon, Eng., Bradford, Pennsylvania 
Robert Greenburg, A & S., San Antonio 
Harold Harris, A. & S., Alice 
Charles Shain, A. & S., Wichita Falls 



PLEDGES 

Ted Kaplan, A. & S., Dallas 

Anthony Kurland, A. & S,, San Antonio 

Rene Levy, A. & S., San Antonio 

Stanley Robinson, A. & S., San Antonio 

Frank Singer, A. & S., Dallas 

Chester Snyder, A. & S., Austin 

Max Stool, A. & S., Wink 




Arbetter, Rottenberg, Levy, 
Schulman, Gordon, Blum 

Weininger, Stool, M., Harris, 
Eisenberg, Shain, Kurland 

Greenburg, Cohen, Singer, 
Kaplan, Robinson, Snyder 




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Townsend, Jones, P. 

Jones, K., Graves, H., Fisher, 
Brockmoller, Green, Brady, 
Baskin 

Welters, Alford, Parker, 
Markward, Stuckey, Peace, 
Pruitt 



ejas 



Club 




HISTORY 



The name of Tejas originated from a form of greeting used by a certain tribe of friendly 
Indians in welcoming the Spanish padres into the Southwest. The padres first applied 
the word Tejas to the Indians themselves, and then later it was extended to denote the 
country in which they lived. American settlers Anglicized it to the present form, Texas. 
Because of its historic significance and its connotation of friendship, Tejas was chosen 
as the name of the Club when it was organized on the campus of The University of Texas 
in September, 1925. The club was organized for the purpose of promoting good fellow- 
ship and scholarship. 

Tejas selects its members from the University at large. 



John Green, President 



OFFICERS 



President . 
Vice-President 
Secretary . 



John Green 
Jack Stuckey 
Starley Alford 




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GRADUATES 

Jack Holland, Austin 
Gus Levy, San Antonio 
Jack Lewis, San Angelo 
Robert Tharp, San Antonio 
Howard Townsend, Weimar 

SENIORS 

Starley Alford, B. Ad., San Antonio 
Roy Baskin, Jr., A. & S., Cameron 
Harold Brady, A. & S., San Antonio 
Hans Brockmoller, Law, El Paso 
Gordon Fisher, Eng., AusHn 
Hugh Graves, Eng., El Paso 
John Green, Law, Dallas 
Kent Jones, Eng., Mercedes 
Paul Jones, Eng., Mercedes 
Forrest Markward, Jr., Law, Fort Worth 
Charles Parker, A. 8c S., Texarkana 
Jack Stuckey, A. & S., Humble 
Thornton Wolters, B. Ad., Lane City 



SECOND YEAR LAWS 

John Peace, East Bernard 
Warren Pruitt, Abilene 
Hugh Steger, San Angelo 

FIRST YEAR LAWS 

Percy Harris. Fort Worth 
Gurney McCasland, Jefferson 

JUNIORS 

Wayne Ashmore, A. S: S^ Corsicana 
Clyde Chaney, A. & S., Eastland 
Marshall Coleman, Eng., Eastland 
J. M. Fouts, Jr., A. & S., Dallas 
J. Ward Fouts, A. & S., Dallas 
Jimmy Graves, Eng., El Paso 
Bob Keeton, B. Ad., Overton 
W. F. McLean, A. & S., Hereford 
Ralph Mahon, A. & S., Eastland 
Sherard Sorensen, Eng., El Paso 
A. A. Wells, A. & S., Dallas 



SOPHOMORES 

Bill Campbell, Eng^ Elgin 

Bill Choate, A. & S., Mart 

David Currie, A. & S., Austin 

Jack Hicks, Eng., San Antonio 

Bill Pursley, Phar., Kansas City, Missouri 

Wendell Siebert, Ed., Eastland 

FRESHMAN 

Johnny Turner, Eng., Joshua 



FACULTY 

Page Keeton Associate Professor of Law 

Robert N. Tharp Instructor in Public Speaking 

Howard W. Townsend Instructor in Public Speaking 




Steger, Harris, McCasland, 
Chaney, Ashmore, Fouts, J. W., 
Keeton 

Fouts, J, M., McLean, Coleman, 
Graves, J., Mahon, Wells, 
Sorenson 

Hicks, Campbell, Pursley, 
Siebert, Choat, Currie, Turner 








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Howe, Wassell, M., Laird, 
Howell 

Kampmann, Lewis, Sheffield, 
Melton, Burdeaux, Buratti, 
Jones, L. 

Jameson, Pennycuick, Peabody, 
Brown, J., Wheeler, Spears, 
Elliott 




Theta Xi 



HISTORY 

Theta Xi was founded at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute on April 29, 1864. It was 
the only fraternity founded during the Civil War period when fraternity activity through- 
out the country was weakened or suspended. Shortly after the organization was per- 
fected, negotiations were started which led to the establishment of a chapter at Yale. 
At first, limitations were placed upon membership and for many years it was generally 
confined to students taking courses leading to a Bachelor of Science degree. Gradually, 
however, a definite trend av/ay from this condition became general when chapters were 
placed in colleges other than technical schools. The official organ, "The Unicorn of 
Theta Xi," is published quarterly. A directory, pledge manual, and songbook have 
been issued periodically since 1892. 

Rho Chapter was established at The University of Texas on February 22, 1913, and 
has been active since. 



OFFICERS 

President George Lewis 

Secretary Ed White 

Treasurer Ira Laird 

Corresponding Secretary Frank Melton 

First Steward A. G. Morton 

Second Steward David Elliott 

Business Manager Ross Spencer 




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SENIORS 

Chester Burdlti, Law, Austin 

Maurice Burdcaux, Law, Houston 

Vernon Evans, Eng., Winona 

Bill Howell, A. & S., Kenedy 

Thomas Howe, B. Ad., Dallas 

Ed Kampmann, A. & S., Mexico Cily, Mexico 

George Lewis, Law, Houston 

Ira Laird, Eng., Kilgore 

Frank Melton, A. & S., Troup 

Jim Sheffield, B. Ad^ Alvin 

Mac Wassell, Law, Corsicana 



SECOND YEAR LAWS 

Lamar Jones, Hallsville 
Charles Sapp, Corsicana 

' FIRST YEAR LAWS 

Jay Jameson, Fort Worth 
Roy Pennycuick, Crystal City 



JUNIORS 

Thomas Adams, A. & S., Corsicana 
Joe Brown, A. & S., LuMng 
David Elliott, A. & S., Corsicana 
George Hayes, A. & S., Kilgore 
Frank Peabody, Eng., Dallas 
Harold Spears, Eng., Jacksboro 
John Wassell, Eng., Corsicana 
J. P. Wheeler, A. & S., Austin 

SOPHOMORES 

James Ahlgrimm, A. & S., Austin 
Joe Johnson, A. & S., Austin 
Ross Spencer, A. &1S., Gainesville 
Ed White, Eng., Texas City 



PLEDGES 

Norman Agnew, A. & S., Big Spring 
Clint Anderson, A. & S., Brenham 
Sam Bishop, A. & S., La Feria 
Joe Blackwell, A. & S., Cooper 
R. G. Brown, Jr., A. & S., Carthage 
Frank Clements, A. & S., Austin 
Buster Gober, A. & S., Brownwood 
L. D. Greenwood, A. & S., Bowie 
Bill Hawn, A. & S., Corpus Christi 
Alfred Jones, A. S: S., Hallsville 
Marvin Hall, A. & S., Austin 



PLEDGES 

Frank Keathley, A. & S., Corsican 
Bill Lucas, A. ft S., Kilgore 
Walter Martin, A. ft S., Austin 
John Moore, A. ft S., Brenham 
Roger Moore, B. Ad., Dallas 
Jack Orr, A. ft S., Dallas 
Henry Orson, A. ft S., Midland 
Francis White, A. & S., Texas City 
Clarence Wright, Eng., Austin 



FACULTY 
Leo Blackstock --. Associate Professor of Business Administration 




Wassell, J., Blackwell, Adams, 
Orson, Hayes, Anderson, 
Ahlgrimm 

Clements, Hawn, Spencer, 
Jones, A., White, E., Hall, 
Johnson, Wright 

Brown, R., Orr, Agnew, Lucas, 
Moore, J., White, F., Martin, 
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STAFF 



Social Director 
Assistant Social Director 
Assistant Social Director 
Assistant Social Director 
Business Manager 



Mrs. J. Ed. Kauffman 
Mrs. A. P. Dohoney 
Mrs. J. S. Myrick 
Mrs. S. K. Lawhon 
Selma Streit 



Scottish Rite Dormitory, the largest of the dormitories, was 
built in 1922 by the Scottish Rite Educational Association and 
has accommodations for 326 girls. 

There are a number of social functions sponsored by the 
dormitory organization. These include spring and fall formal 
dances, candle light dinners on holidays occasions, a tea on 
Washington's Birthday, and a lawn party for the seniors. 



Above; Scottish Rite Dormitory residents on way to dinins room. Belov^: Myrick, Dohoney 
Streit, KduFfman, Lawhon. 



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HOUSE COUNCIL 

Lillian Adams, Chairman 
Margaret Conway 
Fannie Machles 
Mary Helen Hall 
Christine Evans 
Helen Harris 
Corrine Talley 
Peggy Locke 
Mary Frances Casbeer 
Jeanne Richey 
Ann Foster 



Above: Helen Guy Hudson, Pauline 
McAnnelly, and friend at a piano in 
S. R. D. 

Below; standing; Locke, Machles, /antis, 
Foster, Talley, Hall 

Seated: Evans, Harris, Adams, Casbeer, 
Conway 




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STAFF 

Social Director . Helen Flinn 

Assistant Social Director Allene Atkinsc 
Business Director . May Brookshie 

OFFICERS 

President .... Louise Andrev 

Vice-President . Helen Patton 

Secretary-Treasurer . Justine Hansen 

Reporter . . . Julia Lacey 

HOUSE COUNCIL 



Louise Andrews 
Lucy Lee Dickson 
Virginia Tucker 



Barbara Bornefel( 
Nina Murphey 
Margaret Webb 



Laura Patton 



Andrews Dormitory 



Jessie Andrews Dormitory, with accommodations for 118 University women, w 
occupied for the first time in the fall of 1936. The dormitory was named for Mi 
Jessie Andrews, who had the distinction of being the first woman graduate of tl 
University and its first woman teacher. 

Under the leadership of the house council, the dormitory has had an interestir 
variety of social affairs, including two formal dances, several formal dinners, pajar 
parties, and a number of open houses. 







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Webb, Bornefeld, Andrews 



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Grace Hall 

STAFF 

Director Mrs. Martha Cavin 

Assistant to the Director Mrs. Georgia Bridgers 

OFFICERS 

President Adelaide Heinen 

Vice-President Milton Marie Merritt 

Secretary Mary Brunson 

Treasurer Elizabeth Canales 

Reporter Virginia Parton 

HOUSE COUNCIL 

Mary Howie, Hostess 

UPPERCLASS ADVISORS 
Adelaide Heinen, Chairman Matilda Callaway 

Edith Scott Vivian Doeppenschmidt 




Grace Halt 



Grace F^all, the first dormitory for girls at The University of Texas, is situated on a 
wooded slope with shrubbery, hedges, and wide lawns. It is owned and operated 
by the Episcopal Church, in the Diocese of Texas, according to University regulations 
and standards. 




Seated: Mcrritt, Canales, 

Brunson, Parton, Melton, 

Heinen 

Standing: Vaughan, 

Doeppenschmidt, Howie 



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STAFF 

Social Director . . Mrs, A. B. Smith 
Business Manager . Mrs. Rebecca Teston 

OFFICERS 

President . . . Dorothy Ann Davis 
Vice-President . Willie Mae Hassell 
Secretary-Treasurer Gwendolyn Woods 
Reporter . . Mary Ruth Huntington 

HOUSE COUNCIL 



Mary Esther Hodse 
Evelyn McKelvey 



Lillian Ross 
Phyllis Guyett 



Kirby Hall living room. 



Vivian Whites 



Kirby Hall is a Methodist dormitory for girls. It was named in honor of Mr3. Helen 
Marr Kirby, the University's first dean of women. While Kirby Hall is Methodist in 
control, it is decidedly interdenominational in occupancy. It is open to girls of all 
religious beliefs, and nearly all denominations are represented on its list of residents.i 

There is one feature, however, in which Kirby Hall differs from the nondenomina-i 
tional dormitories on the campus,- that is the Sunday evening vesper service conducted 
by the girls with the frequent assistance of outside artists from Austin and vicinity. 
The dormitory has an interesting variety of social functions. 



McKelvey, Ross, Huntington, 
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H'Socidl Director 
iAssistant Social Director 
Assistant Social Director 
l-Business Director 
jSecretary 



STAFF 



iReporter Adele Peak 

HOUSE COUNCIL 



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Miss Margaret Peck 
Margaret Grimes 
Martha FHarwood 
Miss Rosalie Godfrey 
Pauline Anderson 
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Secretary Mrs. Charles Mi 

OFFICERS 



^President 

Vice-President 

Secretary-Treasurer 



Mary Louise FHerod 
Virginia Buckner 
Edith Roberts 



Elizabeth Baker 
Elizabeth Braden 
Margaret Frueholz 
INorma Goldthwaite 
(Norma Harwood 



Mackie Westerman 



Mary Louise Herod 
Helen Machemehl 
Nan Pearce 
Edith Roberts 
Ruby Struss 




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Alice P. Littiefield Dormitory, opened October 24, 1927, is used exclusively as a home for freshman girls. The erection of 
the beautiful building was made possible by the late George W. Littiefield, a member of the Board of Regents for many years, as 
a tribute to his wife. In order to aid incoming freshmen in getting established, the Dean of Women each year selects one-tenth 
of the resident girls to return the following year. 

This year Miss Margaret Peck succeeded Miss Martha Lockett, who had been director since the building was opened. The 
fixed social functions of the year are the fall formal dance given at the Texas Union, the spring informal dance given at thedormitory, 
the Christmas dinner, and the four birthday dinner parties which are planned to celebrate each girl's birthday. 




Standing: Frueholz, Pearce, 

Buckner, Machemehl, Struss, 

Westerman 

Sitting: Roberts, Herod, 

Harwood, Braden 



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STAFF 

. Sister Sabina 
. . Mrs. E. T. Ory 



OFFICERS 



President . 
Vice-President 
Secretary . 
Treasurer 
Reporter . 
Representdtive-dt- 
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Beth Buttrill 
Virginia Runyon 
Josephine Adams 
Carola Palacios 
Ohvette Osterwdlde 



Jane Mathias 
HOUSE COUNCIL 



Josephine Adams 
Merle Callaway 



Patricia Johnson 
Katheryn Kepple 



Newman Hall residents 



Newman FHall, the Catholic dormitory, was named in honor of the great Cardin 
John FHenry Newman. It was opened in June 1918 and the management is und 
the supervision of the Dominican Sisters of FHouston, Texas. 

The house council is elected each semester. This group represents the FHall 
social functions and extra-curricular activities on the campus, and supervises the soc 
affairs of the dormitory. A formal tea dance is given in the fall and spring, and 
open house each month. Members of the house council also assist one of the Sist( 
with the Sunday School classes at the State School for the Blind. 



Standing: Rosemary Mathias, 
Jane Mathias, Sister Sabina, 
Jocelyn Stamm, Joy Stamm, 
Mrs. E. T. Or/, Ethel Doss 

Seated: Beth Buttrill, Carola 
Palacios, Olmette 
Osterwalder, Josephine 
Adams, Virginia Runyon, 
Marion Briggs 



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^ssistdnt Business Director 

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STAFF 



OFFICERS 



Mrs. Pearl G. Chadwell 
Miss Esther Christensen 



Helen Kothmann 
Frances Dushek 
Ida Kerlagon 
Huldah Real 
Nadine Bizzell 




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Kerlagon, Dushek, Bizzell, Real, Kothmann 



The Womans Building was first occupied in 1902. During its long history the dormitory has developed some traditions which 
lare still carried out every year. Among them are the three-day initiation of all new residents in the fall, and the 5 o'clock carols 
ion Christmas morning. 

The Womans Building, which this year accommodated ninety-five girls, has a house council to carry on its student government. 
IThis year, for the first time, the council was composed of only upperclass advisors. 




Minnie Denena, Real, 
Kothmann, Bizzell, Helen 
Martin, Kerlagon, Mary 
Kitchell, Margaret Leslie 



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STAFF 



Resident Manager 
Proctors 



Mrs. A. M. Dazey 
Norris Davis 
Howard Mahaffey 
Bob Wilson 
Emmett Whitsett 



OFFICERS 



President 
Vice-President 
Secretary-Treasurer 
Sergeant-at-Arms 

President 
Vice-President 
Secretary-Treasurer 
Sergeant-at-Arms 
Editor Roberts' Roaster 



Fall: 
Randall Jackson 
Willis Gray 
Edd Miller 
Billy Gilliam 

Spring: 
Edd Miller 
Howard MahaFfey 
Bill Haddock 
Charles De Lancey 
Randall Jackson 




Roberts' Hall 



Roberts' Hall was opened in September, 1936, and was named for O. M. Roberts, who, as governor of Texas, did much for 
the University. Mrs. A. M. Dazey is resident director of Prather Hall and Brackenridge Hall, as well as Roberts' Hall. 

The government of the dormitory is under the direction of a group of proctors and student officers. The dormitory has its 
own newspaper, the "Roberts' Roaster. " 




DcLancey, Jdckson, Dazey, 
MahaFfey, Miller, Haddock 



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Pedrce, Davis, Dickson, Wolman 
McNeilly, Frueholz, Yantis, 
Braden, Selby, Andrews, 
Herod, Stuclcert, A. 

Couch, Westerman, Machemehl, 
Callaway, Roberts, Stout, 
Murphey, Tulloss, Johnson, M. 

Ross, Watts, Stuckert, M., 
Goldlhwaite, Johnson, P., 
Webb, Adams, Kepple, Baker 

Phillips, Bizzell, Scott, Dushek, 
Real, Kothmann, Talley, 
Settegast, Tucker 

Kerlagon, Gowdy, Struss, 
Harwood, Doeppenschrridt, 
Heinen, Hassell, Matson, 
Neely, Patton 



Upperclass Advisors 



LITTLEFIELD DORMITORY 

Elizabeth Baker 
Elizabeth Braden 
Margaret Frueholz 
Norma Goldthwaite 
Norma Harwood, Chairman 
Mary Herod 
Helen Machemehl 
Nan Pearce 
Edith Roberts 
Ruby Struss 
Mackie Westerman 



SCOTTISH RITE DORMITORY 

Doris Baker 
Mar/ Casey 
Lois Lee Feagan 
Inez Gilliland 
Mary E. Johnson 
Adele Neely 
Mary K. Settegast 
Margaret J. Stout 
Ann Stuckert 
Margaret Stuckert 
Corinne Talley, Chairman 
Ruth Tulloss 
Ellen Yantis 



BOARDING HOUSES 

Alda Childs 
Sue Couch 
Francine Jensen 
Alicia Lockley 
Genevieve McNeilly 
Patti Beall Morris 
Edna Sain 
Ann Sternberger 
Francis Thomas 
Evie Rush Trigg 
Natalie Wolman 



NEWMAN HALL 

Josephine Adams 
Merle Callaway 
Patricia Johnson 
Katheryn Kepple, Chairman 



CAROTHERS DORMITORY 

Ethel Mae McCormick 
Lucille Selby, Chairman 
Eloise Waddell 



WOMAN'S BUILDING 

Nadine Bizzell 

Frances Dushek 

Ida Kerlagon 

Helen Kothmann, Chairman 

Huldah Real 



KIRBY HALL 

Dorothy Ann Davis 

Mary Lois Gowdy 

Willie Mae Hassell 

Dorothy Matson 

Mildred Phillips 

Lillian Ross 

Mary Elizabeth Watts, Chairman 



GRACE HALL 

Matilda Callaway, Chairman 
Vivian Doeppenschmidt 
Adelaide Heinen 
Edith Scott 



JESSIE ANDREWS DORMITORY 

Louise Andrews, Chairmen 

Barbara Bornefeld 

Lucy Lee Dickson 

Nina Murphey 

Laura Patton 

Virginia Tucker 

Margaret Webb 



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Nowotny, Lankford.Tedll, 
Sligh 

Vining, Wdshington, 
Fduntleroy, Sebring, Smith, 
Ndlle, Thokey, Wroble 

Martin, Stewart, Bernard, 
Schlitzkus, Cecil, Vine 

Luckett, Leach, Daniels, 
Leonard, Hodson, Stoltz 

Fincher, Morris, Kinman, 
Waters, Crouch 





Alpha Phi Omega 

Honorary Scouting Service Fraternity 

Founded, Lafayette College', December 16, 1925 

Alpha Rho Chapter Established 1934 



OFFICERS 

President Charles T. Clark 

Vice-President Livius Lankford 

Secretary Robert Kniffin 

Treasurer Kent Teall 

Historian Guy M. Kinman, Jr. 



Charles T. Cldrl<, 
President 



F. J. Adams 
Noel P. Amstead 



FACULTY ADVISORS 

H. P. Bybee 

SCOUTING ADVISORS 

H. W. Newman 



Arno Nowotny 
Lloyd M. O'Neal 



Mack Ball 
Ralph Bernard 
Wells Brown 
Brjce Cecil 
Charles T. Clark 
A. L. Crouch 
Tipton Crouch 
John J. Crowell 
Albert Cupp 
Pat Daniels 
Emmett Ehlers 



Jack Fauntleroy 
Ernest Fincher 
Steve Ford 
Bill Gray 
Eugene Hale 
Jack Hodson 
Guy M. Kinman, Jr. 
Pete Knapp 
Robert KniFfin 
Livius Lankford 
Austin Leach, Jr. 



MEMBERS 



E. A. Chavannes 
Charles Fergusson 
Elmo Fischer 
Robert Kemp 
Everett Lord 



PLEDGES 



Charles Zivley 



Edward Lehecka 
Joe Leonard 
Alfred Luckett 
Howard Martin 
Harvey Morris 
George Nalle 
Lewis Owens 
Sydney Reagan 
Sam Schlitzkus 
Louie Sebring 
Thomas Sligh 



Andrew J. McCrocklin 
Robert Payne 
Eugene Slovacek 
Kerns Taylor 
Ray Woolrich 



Hugh Smith 
Edward Spinks 
William C. Stewart 
Jack Stoltz 
Kent Teall 
James Thokey 
Harry Vine 
JeFf Vining, Jr. 
Wilbur Washington 
Cone Waters 
Vincent Wroble 



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Alpha Phi Omega, an honorary service fraternity for those who have had scout training, dedicates itself to service 
in any worthy cause on the campus, and aids as best it can a continuance of the scouting spirit of the men in the 
University. The Alpha Rho Chapter, while not strictly an organization for Eagle Scouts, is composed mostly of 
scouts who have attained that rank. 

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Allen, McAngus 

Archer, V«llence, Adams, 
Spence 

Russell, Murray, Harwood 



Mortar Board 

Honorary Organization for Senior Women 

Founded, Syracuse/New York, February 16, 191! 

Texas Chapter Established 1923 



OFFICERS 

President Burnice Center 

Vice-President Lorna Hume 

Secretary Mary Bland Smith 

Treasurer Ann Temple Allen 

Historian Marguerite Winn 

Reporter Mary Jo McAngus 




Burnice Center, 
President 



Dorothy Gebauer 



FACULTY ADVISORS 

Annie Hill 



H. T. Manuel 



MEMBERS 



Lillian Adams 
Ann Temple Allen 
Marjorle Archer 
Burnice Center 



Martha Harwood 
Lorna Hume 
Mary Jo McAngus 
Margaret Murray 



Nora B. Phelps 
Caroline Russell 
Jessie Howard Smith 
Mary Bland Smith 



Kathryne Spence 
Bettie Vallence 
Marguerite Winn 



Mortar Board, an honorary organization for senior women, was formed by the leaders of several senior societies 
for the provision of effective cooperation between senior honor societies for women, and for the recognition and 
encouragement of leadership among them. The requirements for membership are at least a "B" average for all 
courses, active participation in campus activities, and an adequate exhibition of the qualities of leadership. New 
members are elected each spring from the women students of the University who have fulfilled the prerequisites 
by an unanimous vote of the chapter. There are never more than twenty or less than five. Elections are announced 
by the "tapping" of those chosen during the senior "Swing-Out" in Ma' 



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Cowboys 

Honorary Service Organization for Men 
Founded, University oF Texas, 1922 



OFFICERS 



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Foreman . 
Straw Boss . 
Horse Wrangler 
Camp Cook 



Douglas Arnim 
l?oy Beery 
Jacl< Bowman 
Herbert Clarkson 
Irby Cobb 
Bob Doherty 
Willie Fisher 
Joe Greenhill 
Ray Grasty 
Walter Hasskarl 
John Holmes 
Reagan Houston 
Jack Josey 
Bob Kerr 
Richard Kleberg 
Tom Law 
Wallace Lawson 
J. G. Martel 
Alvjn Martin 
Albert Maverick 
Lynn Milam 
Harold Miller 




MEMBERS 




OWBO . 



Joe Greenhil 
Jack Josey 
Bob Doherty 
Roy Beery 



Ramsey Moore 
Stanley Neely 
Bob Park ■ 
Hermon Pipkin 
Bill Pitzer 
Charles Prothro 
John Roberts 
Albert Schwartz 
John Seaman 
Everett Shirley 
John Singleton 
Ralph Stauffer 
Ben Stone 
Henry Taliaferro 
Tommy Taylor 
Bob Townsend 
Jack Vickrey 
Harvey Weil 
Milton West 
Joe Wilson 
Halbert Woodward 
Fred Wulff 



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Members are selected for Cov^boys on the basis of leadership, ability, campus accomplishments, and scholastic 
standing. To be eligible for membership they must be in the second semester of their sophomore year. The roll 
is limited to forty-five active members and elections are usually held tvv'ice a year. 

The Covv-boys came into existence in 1922 v^^hen the need for a men's service organization dedicated to an ideal 
service on the campus became apparent. It has since been one of the most coveted honors in the University. 

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Orange Jackets 

Honorary Service Organization For Women 
Founded, University of Texas, 19?3 



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OFFICERS 



President .... 
Secretary-Treasurer 
Keeper of the Scrapbook 



Margaret Fisher 
Dawn Blair 
Nan Pearce 




Elizabeth' Bdfef 

Dawn Blatr 

Mary Sue Bates 

Mary Caroli 

Evelyn Cher 

Lois Crovi' 

Anne Finch 

Margaret Fistw. __ _.^- 

Mary V\^ ^Q% T tXAS | 

Ruth Hull>^^C^ isjk ,,-,i///|/|| 

Kathryn KnisTr"^' 
Barbara Kone 



ipscomb 
lachemehl 
eely 
Eli^]|la»(^ Painter 

an Pearce 
Josephine Pile 
Lois Sager 
Orissa Stevenson 
beth Sv^ift 
enXJmphres 
^et Webb 
>$ Wells 
tte Young 



Orange Jackets is composed of those twenty girls in the University who are considered most representative. 
Eligibility is based on scholastic standing, qualities of leadership, and all-round ability. Only sophomores and 
juniors with a "C" average are eligible for membership. 

The organization has no specialized field of work and is active in many projects of the University. Orange 
Jackets are noted for their willingness to serve the University. Members are especially prominent in holding 
campus elections and in conducting tours of the campus for visitors. Elections are held in the fall and in the spring. 



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riars 

To confer the honor of membership upon the eight most 

ehgible men chosen from each senior class 

Founded; University of Texas, 1911 





Louis Baethe 
Burt Dyke 

Wilson Elkins 

Gordon Fisher 

William Francis 
Joe Greenhill 

Bernard Karkowski 
Ray Lynch 

William LMcGii 
Arno Nowotny 
Ed Olie 

James Parke 

James Jarrell Pickle 
H. V. Reeves 

Benno Schmidt 
Edward Syers 

A. W. Walker, Jr. 

h^arris Van Zandt 



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Marjorie Archer 

Ida Mae Autrey 

Margaret Bellmont 
Margaret Beverly 

Caroline Brownlee 
Mary Brownlee 

Mary Helen Geo^e 
Eleanor Ham 

Mary Hearne 





Lorna Hume 

.^^ Frances Keith 
Mary Ann Lennox 



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Dorothy Le May 
Mary Nash 

Dorothy Schneider 
Mary Sheehan 
Naomi Smith 

Ellen Umphres 

Joyce Wickline 

Arabella Wofford 



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Nu Upsilon Tau Tau 

Honorary Organization for Senior and Junior Women 
Founded, University of Texas, 1917 



OFFICER 



High Worthy Nutt 



Bilhe Bob Jones 



Lula Bewley 



Ida Mae Autrey 
Margaret Bellmont 
Margaret Beverly 
Caroline Brownlee 
Nancy Jo Casey 
Frances Combest 
Therese Dean 
Anne Fleming 
Mary Helen George 
Barbara FHull 
Lorna Hume 



FACULTY MEMBERS 







Dorothy Gebauer 



Kathleen Joerger 
Billie Bob Jones 
Emily Marshall 
Len Mewhinney 
Genevieve Morrow 
Lois Ravey 
Naomi Smith 
Kathryn Spence 
Eleanor Stayton 
Pat Wassell 
Billy Ruth Young 



OOBERS 



Betty Blankenbeckler 
Patsy Chance 
Jane Gentr/ 
Virginia Middleton 
Virginia Moore 



Lois Sager 
Hallie Stayton 
Ruth Tulloss 
Frances Utiey 
Ruby Ruth Wheat 



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Nu Upsilon Tau Tau is one of those select organizations (?) which everyone tries to comprehend, but never 
quite can, members not excepted. When it was founded in 1917 by Miss Alice Miller and Miss Kathleen Moles- 
worth, the non-existent constitution was destroyed and the motto became "A stitch in time gathers no moss" or "If 
the shoe fits, lie in it." 

In order to discuss the problems with which they are not confronted, the members congregate for lunch twice 
each month, and goobers are elected bi-annually. Rumor hath it that a keen sense of humor, campus activities, 
and a certain degree of scholarship are the basis for membership, but one can never know these days. It seems 
that things like Mr. Browning's poetry and Nu Upsilon Tau Tau are simply not meant to be understood, but must 
remain forever in the realms of the mysterious. 

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Dallas Club 



Organization for All Students from Dallas 



OFFICERS 

President Dee Downs 

Vice-President . '.-■.'. . . . Bill Edmondson 

Secretary Katherine Green 

Parliamentarian Bryson Martin 

Reporter Bess Tisinger 

Sergeant-at-Arms Dick Preston 



MEMBERS 



Elmd Allen 
Robert Amacker 
William Arledge 
Ben Atwell 
Jane Bailey 
Donald Brake 
Marion Briggs 
Jane Burbank 
Clarence Cockrell 
Mar/ Alice Cockrell 
Neal Conaster 
Katherine Counts 
David Crockett 
Caren Crouch 
James Crouch 
Lois Crow 
Joe Dealey 
Jack Dickson 
Jack Dolph 
Dee Downs 
Mary K. Duggan 
Caswell Dunlap 



Bill Edmondson 
Zack Felder 
John Finucane 
Armour Giesecke 
Billy Gibson 
Juanita Goldmann 
Margaret Goldmann 
Gloria Graham 
Katherine Green 
Jane Green 
James Greer 
Robert Gump 
Richard Gump 
Gus Gustafson 
Katherine hiamilton 
Justine Hansen 
Betty Harrison 
Bertha Mae Hart 
Phil Hendrix 
Charles Hinckley 
Temple Hoffer 
James Holloway 



Shirley Holmes 
Bobbie Holtz 
Janet Jalonick 
Neal Johnson 
Ray Kearney 
Bill Kennedy 
Harry Krabbenschmidt 
Jeanne Lacey 
Julia Lacey 
Georgie Ledbetter 
Georgia MacKinnon 
Br/son Martin 
Tim Martin 
Jane Mathias 
Rosemary Mathias 
Noel Mealer 
Cecelia Jane Metzger 
Mar/ Helen Mobley 
Mary Louise Moser 
Helen North 
Betty Lee Perkins 
Frances Pope 



Dick Preston 
George Richardson 
Louis Riefler 
Blanche Riddle 
Ed Rodgers 
Beverley Schutte 
Fred Schwend 
Merwin Seay 
Lucille Selby 
Bess Sheppard 
Elliott Small 
Delmon Smith 
John Stephen 
Ruth Thornton 
Elizabeth Tipps 
Bess Tisinger 
R. S. Usry 
R. D. Von Tress 
James Watson 
Elizabeth Watterworth 
Gene White 
Sara Williams 
Fort Wilson 



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The Dallas Club of The University of Texas was organized during the fall semester of 1934 in order to form a 
closer relationship between all students from Dallas County. All Dallas students are eligible for membership. 

One part of the club's program is the sponsorship of an informal dance every semester for the members and their 
friends. Occasionally the club has had as its guests the entire membership of other clubs. The Dallas Club strives 
to co-operate with the Dallas Ex-Students' Association in every way possible. The club is the oldest city club 
having regular semi-monthly meetings. 

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Hume, Johnson, Campbell 

Hull, Mfl'shall, Morrow, 
Russell, Stevenson, Pile, 
Allen 



Ashbcl Literary Society 

OFFICERS 

President Lorna Hume 

Vice-President Elva Johnson 

Treasurer Lois Saser 

Secretary Elizabeth Swift 

Reporter Frankie Gist 




Lorna Hume, 
President 



MEMBERS 



Lillian Adams 
Ann Allen 
Marjorie Archer 
Jean Baldwin 
Betty Black 
Mary Brownlee 
Lucille Campbell 
Mary Casey 
Burnice Center 
Mar/ Alice Cockrell 



Harriet Daniel 
Anne Finch 
Frankie Gist 
Mary Herod 
Barbara Hull 
Lorna Hume 
Elva Johnson 
Mary Louisa King 
Katherine Kniqht 
Emily Marshall 



Mar/ Montgomer/ 
Betty Moore 
Genevieve Morrow 
Margaret Murray 
Adele Neely 
Bettinel Phillips 
Josephine Pile 
Helen Rathbone 
Carolyn Russell 
Lois Sager 



Martha Schmidt 
Jessie Howard Smith 
Naomi Smith 
Kathr/n Spence 
Orissa Stevenson 
Betty Lois Stratton 
Elizabeth Swift 
Ellen Umphres 
Alice Vaughan 



The programs of Ashbel, which are being handled by individual members, are on the novel, biogiaphy, essay, 
poetry, drama, and the history of the Ballet Russe. Reports on current books pertaining to these subjects have been 
given by members of Ashbel or members of the faculty. 



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Adams, Green, Ruth, Tisinser 








Dorothy Matron, 
President 



Cap and Gown 

Organization for Women in the Senior Class 
Founded, University of Texas, 1914 



CAP AND GOWN COUNCIL 
OFFICERS 

President Dorothy Matson 

Vice-President Leah Nathan 

Secretary Constance MatuJa 

Treasurer Margaret Correll 

Reporter Elizabeth Keeney 



MEMBERS 



Lillian Adams 
Therese Dean 
Jane Eyres 
Katherine Green 



Dorothy Le May 
Lillie Ruth 
Bess Tisinger 
Bettie Jane Vallance 



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Cap and Gown initiates all senior women that wish to belong to it. This year more than two hundred women 
joined the organization. Officers of Cap and Gown serve as senior class officers and are chosen by members of 
the class at the regular class elections. The president selects eight outstanding senior women to complete the 
Council. 

Cap and Gown acts as a service organization for all University women, standing for democracy and dignity as 
well as sociability among all co-eds. The organization is always ready to assist underclassmen by giving them 
traditions and by aiding them in adjusting themselves to social affairs on the campus. Cap and Gown also supervises 
all class elections, sponsors a freshman party, plans and presides during senior week, especially for Swing-Out, 
sponsors a senior supper, contributes to the Co-operative hlouses, and maintains a loan fund available to any Univer- 
sity girl. 

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Pechdcek, E^ Micek, Cerny, 
Chovdnec, Chernosky 

Holly, Spacclc, Cervenkd, 
Sndpkd, Pechacek, E., 
Barton, Dvoracek, Malec 

Kokas, Foyt, A,, Jan., Foyt, M., 
Bornstein, Korczynski, 
Bednarek 

Sebesta, Vacek, Drozda, 
Vondrak, Janda, Hajek, 
Musil, J., Musil, M., Slavik 

Pechacek, R., Zaruba, M. 
Zaruba, L., Vrana, Skrivanek, 
0., Haidusek, Simecek, 
Skrivanek, E. 



Czech Club 



OFFICERS 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary-Treasurer 

Reporter . 

Historian 

Sergeant-at-Arms 

Faculty Sponsor . 



Harry Barton 
Mary Bednarek 
Rosalie Bily 
Albert Blaha 
Frances Bornstein 
Libuse Cerny 
Henrietta Cervenka 
Charles Chernosky 
Henry Chovanec 
Eleanora Drozda 
Otto Dusek 
Mary Dvoracek 
Jesse James Duckett 
LaFayette Duckett 
Anton Foyt 



. Ernest Pechacek 

Rosalie Bily 
. Libuse Cerny 

Henry Chovanec 
. Evelyn Koemel 

Charles Chernosky 
. Eduard Micek 



MEMBERS 



Annie Foyt 
Minnie Foyt 
Richard Goebel 
Alphonse Habarta 
Irene Haidusek 
Sylvia Hajek 
Dolly Pearl Herzik 
Floreine Holly 
Emil Jan 
Alois Janak 
Benedict Janak 
George Janda 
Evelyn Koemei 
Frank Kokas 
David Korczynski 



Vine Krejci 
George Kucera 
Ann Kutaiek 
Elizabeth Kutaiek 
Frances Kutaiek 
Joseph Malec 
B. J. Mikeska 
Martha Mikusek 
Minnie Musil 
Joseph Musil 
Albert Parma 
Ernest Pechacek 
Mrs. Ernest Pechacek 
Raymond Pechacek 
Ethel Sebesta 




Ernest Pechacek, 
President 



Adeline Simecek 
Daniel Skrivanek 
Ervin Skrivanek 
Frank Skrivanek 
Edward Slavik 
Helen Sosolik 
Lydia Spacek 
Bennie Smykal 
George Snapka 
Helen Sula 
Sylvester Vacek 
Alice Vondrak 
William Vrana 
Louise Zaruba 
Martha Zaruba 
Yaroslav Zivney 



The Czech Club was organized in 1909 to cultivate and promote the study of the Czech language, literature, 
history, songs, and culture. The club is active in bringing together students of Czech and non-Czech origin for 
educational, informative and social purposes. Enrollment in the University is the requirement for active member- 
ship v^hile honorary membership is extended to those persons showing special interest in the club. 

Each spring the club presents a play in various Czech communities for the purpose of enlarging the scholarship 
fund for worthy Czech students. The club gives a formal dance each year as well as several picnics and open houses. 

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Jack Holmes, 
President 



Fort Worth Club 

OFFICERS 

President Jack Fiolmes 

Vice-President Mary Margaret Kepple 

Vice-President Bob McKinley 

Secretary Dorothy Jean Hausman 

Treasurer Richard Standifer 

Reporter Margaret Adams 



BLUEBONNET BELLE NOMINEE 

Betty Curtis 



The Fort Worth Club is composed of all students in the University who live in Fort Worth and vi/ho are interested 
in joining the club. The group holds regular weekly meetings and sponsors picnics and dances for members. 



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Thames, Blaylock, Wilborn, 
Bdier, Hajeic, McKeIvy, 
Dupree, Bolf, Clifford, 
Nauman, Owen, Palmer 

McNeilly, Yelderman, 
Schiffer, Long, Old, Dexte.*, 
Ratliff, McAnelly, M., 
McAnelly P., Gilbert, Pruitt 

Ford, Crouch, Grisham, Myers, 
Mitchell, Palmquist, Rollins, 
Harkrider, Anderson, M. 

Phillips, Sample, Flake, Smith, 
K., Russell, Sosolik, Swenson, 
Kocurek, O., Steinmann, 
Howell 

Frederick, Tullos, Foster, 
Gowdy, Autry, Crumley, 
Henderson, Furr, Slaughter, 
Withers 

Trainer, Dowlen, Pinson, 
Hoting, Dunlap, Witherspoon, 
Lichte, Steinkamp, Use, King, 
Hill 



Home Economics Club 

OFFICERS 

President Mildred Thames 

Vice-President Maria Margaret Blaylock 

Secretary Orene Wilborn 

Treasurer Louise Baier 

FHistorian Sylvia h^ajel< 

Senior Representative Evelyn McKeIvy 

Junior Representative Margaret Dupree 

Sophomore Representative . . . . Lucille Bolf 
Freshman Representative .... Lucille Rhode 




FACULTY MEMBERS 



Louise Armstrong 
Helen Deathe 
Roberta Dodson 
Bess Heflin 

Elizabeth Tarpley 



Edith Kirkland 
Helen King 
Lucy Rdthbone 
Josephine Stabb 



Mildred Thames, 
President 



This year has been most enjoyable and prosperous for the Home Economics Club. The meetings have included 
histories of various home economics organizations, a talk on modern trends in wall paper and drapery fabrics, and 
the annual Christmas party. 

Besides being a pleasant year socially the club's pecuniary condition prospered. The girls served the annual 
' T" Association luncheon in the fall, and the Chamber of Commerce banquet. In February the club sponsored 
the midnight show, "Night Must Fall," and in March Mrs. Gorham and Madam Oshikawa, Japanese flower 
arrangers, gave a demonstration under the supervision of the club. The club gives a scholarship of $300 to a home 
economics major of junior standing with a "B" average. The club year closed with a banquet in May. 



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Castillo, )olis, Gonzales E., 
Vaello, ^dlaciosJ^C., 
Rodriguez, A., Casianzda. 
Olsen, Martinez, A., Lira, 
Gutierrez, F., Alamia 

Guerra A., Saucedo, Trevino, 
Perez-Majul, Gutierrez, J., 
Vela, Mannix, Runyon, 
Guerra, J., Rodriguez, D. 

Ochoa, Palacios, O., 
Caballero, Gonzalez, J., 
Flores J., Flores, A., Garcia, 
A., Parra, Garcia, D. 

Ortega, Montemayor, J., 
Ramirez, E., Lopez, C, 
Stoclcbridge, Sosa, Espinosa, 
Garza, B., Montemayor, L. 

Delgado-Vega, L., Schwarz, 
Vogel, Salinas, B., Munoz, 
Gonzalez, R., Champion, 
Moreno, A. 

Von Thaden, Mandoici, 
Montes, Delgado-Vcga, V., 
Martinez, F. 




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President 



Carlos E. Castaneda 



Jose R. Alamia 
Alfonso Alonso 
Hernan Alvarez, Jr. 
Joe Belden 
Enrique Benavides 
Oscar Benavides 
Rebecca Briseno 
Betty Browder 
Roberto Caballero 
Henrietta Castillo 
Benjamin Cavazos 
Joe A. Champion 
Roberto Cisneros 
J. B. Crowell 
Luis Delgado-Vega 
Vicente Delgado-Vega 
Nicolas Escarcega-Perea 
Alfredo J. Espinosa 



Adalberto Flores 
Jesus Flores 
A. J. Galindo 
Adolfo Garcia 
Dionisio Garcia 
Joe Garcia 
Baldemar Garza 
Reynaldo Garza 
Enrique Gonzalez 
Joaquin Gonzalez 
Roul Gonzalez 
Adalberto Guerra, Jr. 
Arnoldo Guerra 
Joe C. Guerra 
Nelda Guerrero 
Emeterio Gutierrez 
Fernando Gutierrez 



Latin American Club 

OFFICERS 

President Ramon Parra 

Vice-President Ana Solis 

Secretary Carola Palacios 

Treasurer Enrique B. Gonzales 

Parliamentarian Oswald Ramirez 

Reporter Joe C. Guerra 

Historian Josephine Vaello 

Sergeant-at-Arms Jose A. Gutierrez 

Sponsor ArnulFo E. Rodriguez 



HONORARY MEMBERS 

Albert M. Olsen 



Arnulfo E. Rodriguez 



MEMBERS 

Jose A. Gutierrez 
Mary Hillyer 
Abrafiam Kazen, Jr. 
Cruz Lopez 

Domingo Lopez de Lara 
Carlota Lopez-Lira 
Enrique Lozeno 
Francisco Madero, Jr. 
George Mandoki 
Gloria Mannix 
Arnufo Martinez 
Ciro Martinez 
David Martinez 
Fernando Martinez 
Ramiro Martinez 
Rodo'fo Martinez 
Jose Montemayor 



Librado Montemayor 
Gustavo Montes 
Alfredo Moreno 
Raul Moreno 
Reynaldo Munoz 
William Murdock 
Luis Ochoa 
Daniel Ortega 
Carola Palacios 
Oscar Palacios 
Ramon Parra 
Felix Perez-Majul 
Romeo Perez 
Enrique Ramirez 
Oswald Ramirez 
David Rodriguez 
FHesiquio Rodriguez 



Virginia Runyon 

Roberto Sada 

Bias Mike Salinas 

Nella Salinas 

Maria de la Luz Saucedo 

George Schwarz 

Mary Sloan 

Ana Solis 

A. J. Sosa 

Samuel Stockbridge 

Albert Trevino 

Rafae! Torres 

Josephine Vaello 

Marie Vela 

Filiberio Velez 

FTans Vogel 

Luis Voipe 

Julius Von Thaden 



The Latin American Club aims to promote a feeling of friendship among its members and to develop a better 
understanding of Spanish American countries and their peoples. Membership is open to any student interested 
in Spanish or matters pertaining to Spanish. 

The meetings are conducted in Spanish and devoted to lectures by members of the faculty and outside speakers 
and to programs by the members. The activities of the year iricluded two dances, various picnics, celebration of 
"Mexico Day," and a banquet celebrating "Pan-American Day." 

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Club 



OFFICERS 

President . . Thomas C. Unis 

Vice-President Alice Katheryn Kepple 

Secretary Elizabeth Braden 

Corresponding Secretary .... Mary Margaret Kepple 

Historian Loretta Reynolds 

Reporter Bill Sagstetter 

Decorator Shirley Noel 

Chaplain Rev. John Riach 



FACULTY MEMBERS 

Carlos E. CdStanedd Meridith N. Posey 




Thomas Unis, 
President 



The University of Texas Nev\/man Club was organized in 1908. The club is an organization established for the 
purpose of unifying the Catholic student body on the campus. Since its establishment, it has grown in membership 
and prestige at the University. The spirit of popular activity has been augumented to greater heights each year by 
the encouragement of spiritual and social interests among its members. In the spiritual activity the students receive 
FHoly Communion at least once a month and attend lectures given for the members. Socially, the students are 
entertained with meetings, club dances, picnics, open houses, and banquets held at various times during the year. 
The highlight of the 1938 activities took place when The University of Texas Newman Club acted as host to the 
Convention of all Newman Clubs in the Gulf States Province from April 28 through May 1. 



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Tuffly, McAngus, Plumb, Reid 

Stroud, Dickson, McDonald, 
Love, Crumley, Hearne, 
GriFfin, Settegast 




Pierian Literary Society 



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President 



Marjorie Anderson 
Ann Baker 
Etta Baugh 
Camilla Beall 
Anna Clare Beasley 
Dawn Blair 
Betty Blankenbeckler 
Beryl Buckley 
Maiy Casey 
Jayne Coats 
Kittye Kins Corbett 
Lois Crow 
Mary Frances Crow 



OFFICERS 

President Mary Ann Tuffly 

Vice-President Mary Jo McAngus 

Secretary Eleanor Harris 

Treasurer Virginia Moore 

Reporter Jane Green 



Lois Crumley 
Lucy Lee Dickson 
Blossom Frederick 
June Fisher 
Grace Garver 
Jane Green 
Ruth Griffin 
Ann Harris 
Eleanor Harris 
Helen Harris 
Mary Hearne 
Katherine Highams 
Florence Hollis 



MEMBERS 



Louise Jameson 
Marjorie Johnsen 
Katherine Kleberg 
Jean Lacey 
Julia Lacey 
Kittye Lawder 
Mary Ann Lennox 
Elizabeth Love 
Kate Marriott 
Mary Jo McAngus 
Margaret McDonald 
Virginia Moore 
Ann Painter 



Lucille Plumb 

Catherine Reid 

Katherine Schafli 

Mary Katherine Settegast 

Margaret Smith 

Ruth Spargo 

Jane Stroud 

Elizabeth Tipps 

Bess Tisinger 

Mary Ann Tuffly 

Helen Weir 

Mary Louise Westbrook 

Sarah Ella Wilburn 




Tfie purpose of Pierian Literary Society is to bring together girls interested in the study of modern literature. 



Members of the faculty and other authorities in the 
at the meetings which take place twice each month. 

The requirement for membership is a general "C 
elected twice each year with the unanimous vote Oi 
the Other literary societies in the fall. 



"ield of literature are invited to discuss various literary works 



average with a "B" average in English. New members are 
the society. A tea for new membe.s was given jointly with 



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Present Day Club 

Founded, University of Texas, February 14, 1913 

OFFICERS 

President Ara Treadwell 

Vice-President Helen Ramsey 

Recording Secretary Olga Kocurek 

Corresponding Secretary Mary Rice Brogan 

Treasurer Margaret Glidewel 

Reporter Jacolyn Alexander 

Keeper of Scrapbook Betty Wynne 




Ara Treadwell, 
President 



MEMBERS 



Jacolyn Alexander 
Marguerite Blackshear 
Charlotte Boeck 
Maxine Brandeberry 
Frances Bransford 
Mary Rice Brogan 
Frances Brunner 
Lethale Capland 
Johanna Cristol 
Anita Mae Disch 
Lois Edel 



Gwendolyn Eschberger 
FHassie Browning Foster 
Elaine Freedman 
Adele Fridner 
Valdena Frye 
Margaret Glidewell 
Sonia Goldstein 
Mae Hamme 
Margaret FHarkness 
Jackie Harmonson 



Florene Kendall 
Mary Kenner 
Olga Kocurek 
Grace Lake 
Mary Ann Lennox 
June Metcalfe 
Mary Lou Mogford 
Norma Morse 
Helen Ramsey 
Jean Rankin 



Mildred Rutland 
Ellen Schuhmann 
Grace Schulle 
Florence Sears 
Joanne Selber 
Mary Sheehan 
Cora Steinmann 
Ara Treadwell 
Saradel Weiss 
Betty Wynne 



The Present Day Club is an organization for girls interested in present day problems. Membership is limited to 
fifty, and new members are chosen twice annually. The club meets for a luncheon the first Tuesday in each month 
and for a business meeting at 5 o'clock the third Wednesday in each month. 

Activities this year included presentation of clothing and a basket of food to a needy family for Christmas. The 
annual banquet was held April 28. Speakers at meetings this year included Dewitt Reddick, associate professor 
of journalism, and the Rev. Virgil H. Fisher, pastor of the First Methodist Church. 

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Martinets, Matejek, G., 
Vanzurd, Vanzura, Svajda, 
J., Matejek, Mrs. J. M. 

Barton, T., Rummel, Pokorny, 
E., Matejek, R., Pagach, 
Pagach, Marchak, Horak, F. 

Hegar, D., Wroble, 
Pemberton, Novosad, T., 
Horak, R., Fojt 

Osoba, Hegar, J., 
O'Connell, B., Stasney, 
Svacek, Lostak, Novosad, C. 




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President 



Progressive Czech Club 

OFFICERS 

President Alex Pokorny 

Vice-President . . . .' .' . . Irvin Pagach 

Secretary ' .' Lucille Bolf 

Treasurer Lillian Foit 

Historian Albert Vanzura 

Reporter Joseph Hegar 

Sergeant-at-Arms . . . . . . Elsie Pokorny 

Sponsor ■ . • . . Mrs. J. M. Matejek 



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MEMBERS 



Elenora Albrecht 
Louise Bdier 
John Barton 
Theodore Barton 
Lucille BolF 
Melvin Deutsch 
Wilson Deutsch 
Henrietta Ehlert 
Alvin Egqeling 
Stanley Eliasz 
Lillian Foit 
Albin Foit 
Chester Fronczek 
Daniel Hegar 
Joseph Hegar 
WiniFred Hoffman 
Joe Hollinger 
Arnost Horak 



Frank Horak 
Rudolph Horak 
Ervin Jaster 
Victor Kadanka 
Frank Kallina 
Leon Kallina 
Delbert King 
Frank Krejci 
Tom Lostak 
Alvin Marchak 
Viola Martinets 
Georgie Mae Matejek 
Mrs. J. M. Matejek 
Lorraine Matejek 
Ruth Matejek 
Bobby McKinley 
Lee K. Mitchell 



William Murray 
Sol Neman 
Clem Novosad 
Tom Novosad 
John O'Connell 
William O'Connell 
Joe Osoba 
Irvin Pagach 
Mrs. I. Pagach 
John Panek 
Ada Pemberton 
Alex Pokorny 
Elsie Pokorny 
Eugene Rodgers 
Hollice Rummell 
Clyde Sansing 
Gus Shumann 



Eugene Slovacek 
Rudolph Slovacek 
Durward Spruiell 
Floyd Stasney 
Ed Strout 
Joe Svacek 
Jerome Svajda 
Leonard Svajda 
Coeta Terrel 
Norman Townsen 
Robert Vasek 
Albert Vanzura 
Mrs. Albert Vanzura 
Harold Ward 
George Wash 
Joe Helen Willis 
Vincent Wroble 



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The Progressive Czech Club was organized at The University of Texas in the spring of 1937 by a group of inter- 
ested students. The main purpose of the organization is to bring about closer relationship and better understanding 
between students of Czech extraction and other groups on the campus. There are three types of members — active, 
associative, and special. Active membership is open to University students who are interested in the club and its 
activities. Non-students interested in the club may become associative members. At this year's semi-monthly 
meetings both cultural and entertaining programs were presented, as well as prominent speakers. The club 
participated actively in intramurals, and held several open houses, picnics, and other socials. 

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Kearney, Agee 

Heard, Old, Wilson, Lyie, 
Rankin 

Kenner, Phillips, Wyche 
Munvis, Koemel 



Reagan Literary Society 

OFFICERS 

President Joyce Wickline 

Vice-President Anne Foster 

Secretary Elaine Harrison 

Treasurer La Verne Bryson 

Reporter Betty Johnson 

Sergeant-at-Arms Dorothy Baldridge 




Joyce Wickline, 
President 



MEMBERS 



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AnnAdsit 
Myrtle Agee 
Elizabeth Baker 
Dorothy Baldridge 
Elizabeth Baugh 
Agnes Boren 
Margaret Bownds 
Sara Scott Bransford 
Evelyn Brister 
La Verne Bryson 
Frances Bullard 
Doris Carrothers 
Charlene Chandler 
Maydelle Conner 
Joy Corbin 



Judith Craddock 
Frances Duckworth 
Suzanne Dunning 
Jane Elledge 
Thrace Ola Engel 
Nancy Ewing 
Eleanor Ferguson 
Anne Foster 
Virginia Frede 
Ruth Gribble 
Elaine Harrison 
Leta Fay Hays 
Frances Heard 
Jeanette Hicks 
Betty Johnson 



Norma Kasch 
Clare Kearney 
Mary Frances Keith 
Mary Kenner 
Evelyn Koemel 
Lady Katherine Lenoir 
Marjorie Lewis 
Dorothea LyIe 
Reeda Lee McCormick 
Mary Myles Mitchell 
Rose Munvis 
Burnice Phillips 
Malvina Price 
Vivian Prideaux 
Emma Old 



Helen Rankin 
Leona Rawlings 
Jane Ray 
Hazel Scott 
Mary Sheehan 
Ada David Stephens 
Ruth Stuart 
Elizabeth Torrence 
Nina May Vaughan 
Elizabeth Watts 
Mildred Webb 
Joyce Wickline 
Margaret Wilson 
Elizabeth Wyche 
Betty Wynn 



Reagan Literary Society was named for John H. Reagan, chairman of the first Texas Railroad Commission, and 
was founded at the suggestion of Helen M. Kirby, former dean of women, in 1902. This society was organized 
to foster literary interest and to promote friendship among girls with such interest. 



The organization meets on the first and third Thursdays of the month. A "B" average is required for eligibility, 
and membership is limited to fifty. Names of eligible girls are brought before the society by the invitation committee 
and these names are voted on by the club as a whole. Programs are given by the individual members on their favorite 
authors. In November the club joins the other literary societies in giving a tea for the new members, and social 
functions for members are given throughout the year. 

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Murphey, Matula, Braunig, 
Bornstein, Cherkas, Bates 

Best, Wager, Stern, Hirsch, 
Wasner, Fordtran 

Painter, Voters, Crockett, 
Popham, Dushek, Holmes, 
Judse 





Sidney Lanier Literary Society 

OFFICERS 

President . . Nina Murphey 

Vice-President Dorothy LeMay 

Secretary Ehzabeth Braden 

Treasurer Anna Pearl Alexander 

Reporter Constance Matuia 

Historian Martha Miller 

Sergeant-at-Arms Alma Widen 



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Nina Murphey, 
President 



MEMBERS 



Anna Pearl Alexander 
Marqeret Ames 
Estelle Ashton 
Mar/ Sue Bates 
Wllma Douglas Best 
Frances Bornstein 
Elizabeth Braden 
Jane Braunig 
Eleanor Brown 
Marjorie Buchtler 
Evelyn Cherkas 
Sarah Crockett 
Frances Dushek 



Jane Estill 
Frances Fender 
Margaret Fisher 
Mavournee Fitzgerald 
Maxine Friedson 
Edith Fordtran 
Jennie Marie Goodwin 
Edith Hardey 
Agnes Hauser 
Jeannette Hedrick 
Frances Hirsch 
Shirley Holmes 
Madeline Jones 



Jane Judge 
Dorothy LeMay 
Ellen McKenzie 
Constance Matuia 
Laura Edith Miller 
Martha Vincent Mil 
Nina Murphey 
Margaret Ott 
Elizabeth Painter 
Nan Pearce 
Jewel Popham 
Winnie Jo Ramsay 
Tilly Real 



Edith Roberts 
Joy Skipworth 
Dorothy Ray Stern 
Dorothy Strachan 
Ernestine Thames 
Nylah Tom 
Bettie Vallance 
Peggy Voiers 
Alma Widen 
Martha Woodson 
Margaret Webb 
Dorothy Jean Wager 
Marjorie Wagner 



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Sidney Lanier Literary Society, founded in honor of the Southern poet, has as its purpose to foster friendly associa- 
tions for girls interested in cultural literature, to expand their knowledge of literature, and to maintain a student 
loan fund from alumnae donations, entertainment proceeds, and a portion of dues. This year L. L. Click spoke on 
Grace Noll Crowell, poet laureate of Texas, and Phillip Graham discussed the life of Sidney Lanier. Members 
of the Curtain Club gave readings and reviews of current plays. 

Members are chosen twice a year from girls who have a "B" average, with excellence in English. Meetings are 
held on the first and third Thursdays of each month. In November the club joins the other literary societies in giving 
a tea for the new members, and in May graduating seniors are honored with a picnic at Barton Springs. 

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Nedl, Wdtlcins, Hughes, 
Davis, McCutchan, Love, 
Miller, McGoodwin, Rousse 

Record, Dean, Isenhower, 
Retry, Nolcn, Stephen, 
Howard, Witz 

Mdclcin, Jones, Schmidt, 
Hoffman, Ration, Kilgore, 
Hale 



Varsity Debaters 




The twenty-four varsity debaters were selected by a series of elimination contests 
ilm a group of more than eighty contestants. The schedule of debates for this year's 
^jdd has been one of the most extensive in the University's forensic history. 

Opening its season, the squad sponsored the annual University of Texas Invitation 
"'Ibating Tournament at Austin. Texas debaters tied for first place. 

Also in Austin, the Missouri Valley Forensic Meet found the University debaters 
tng for first place in debate. Against speakers from the nation's best debating 
c lieges, Texas speakers won first, second, and third rankings as best individual 
K'baters. Texas also won second in the oratory contest. 

At the Iowa University Invitation Debating Tournament, two teams representing 
Ixds won second place in debate, first place in the discussion group contest, and 
jlrd place in extemporaneous speaking. A Texas speaker was judged the best 
ItJividual speaker in the debate tournament. 

•fin addition the debate squad sponsored a high school debating institute, and staged 
■^ibition debates at Denton, Temple, and over Radio Station WOAI in San Antonio. 
1e debating season was closed with a tour of southern Louisiana. 

Twenty debaters competed in an official intercollegiate debate and were awarded 
ters. Among the questions debated by the squad this year were Unicameral Legis- 

res. Subsidization of Athletes, Compulsory Arbitration of Labor Disputes, and 

I. O. versus A. F. of L. Labor Organizations. 

T. A. Rousse, associate professor of public speaking, is coach of varsity debating. Joe W. Neal, senior Arts and Science student, 
s elected captain of the squad at the beginning of the year. 

Fhe members of the squad are Richard Davis, Ben Dean, DeWitt Hale, Leo Hoffman, Calvin Howard, Warren Hughes, Gerdes 
inhower, Guilford Jones, Joe Kilgore, Jack Love, J. D. McCutchan, Jim McGoodwin, John Mackin, Edd Miller, Joe Neal, 
1/ Nolen, Russell Patton, John Peace, Herbert Petry, Rush Record, Fred Schmidt, John Stephen, Ped Watkins, Aaron Witz. 



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Ralph S. Rountree possesses the rare corr\bination 
of philosopher, poet, and painter. He received his 
early training in his native state, Texas. Later he 
gained much inspiration in the Orient, where he spent 
sci'cral years. In speaking of Mr. Rountree's style one 
critic said, "His style has freedom and verve that are 
equaled by a painstaking interest in detail." As an im- 
pressionist he is at his best. Every detail, every stroke 
almost seems to have a particidar meaning, not only to 
the picture but to life in general, h appears that there 
is something much deeper than the eye can see. His 
works give the impression that he knew something of 
one's particular problem in life and is attempting to 
solve it. He has a widespread appeal to all classes. 
"He seems to linger and dream over his work, touch- 
ing in color with painstaking care, producing almost 
perfect beauty, haunting loveliness and poetry." His 
work has been exhibited in almost every city in the 
United States. 



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Not entering an institution steeped in tradition are 
these students registering in The University of Texas. 
They are becoming a part of a vigorous young University 
sprawling over more than two hundred acres with its 
$25,000,000 plant. 

This University, having passed its awkward adolescence 
of shacks and construction and not having reached an 
ivy-covered senility, makes a fitting place to educate the 
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ing in hne for only two or three hours. 

The boys in the second picture on the page to the left 
are waiting to take the physical exam required For all new 
students. 

The Registrar's oFfice commandeers practically the entire 
staFf oF the University to make as efficient as possible the 
necessarily complex and tedious job of enrolling over nine 
thousand students. 

In the top picture on this page Paul J. Thompson and 
Granville Price of the Department of Journalism, and Tom 
Rousse, who teaches public speaking and coaches the 
debaters, are assisting students to find their proper sections. 

In the lower picture George Nalle is recognizable in a 
line besieged by salesmen for the Curtain Club, Cactus, and 
others. 




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The University year began a few days before registration for the 
Greek-letter population. Competing for the new students in order 
to keep their prestige up and their mortgages down, the well- 
supervised sororities held breakfasts, teas, and coffees, while the 
fraternities had just plain rush dates. 

To about three hundred and eighty girls and about four hundred 
boys the privilege of being a member of the Greek social system was 
thought to be well worth the $50 initiation fee, and the $5 or more 
per month dues, plus various assessments, with which they will be 
confronted as long as they remain in college. 

The sororities placing the greatest values on social position and 
wealth, and the fraternities probably placing the most emphasis on 
individual personality, disappointed only a negligible few who 
wished to join. 

Rush Weel< brings bacl< to Austin many of the recent alumni, hlere is Kappa's 
June Learned, Sweetheart of the University in 1937, with newly pledged Jean 
McEniry. 

The Kappa Alphas entertain their rushees on the grounds of their chapter 
house. Recognizable are Billy Marsh, Charles Prothro, who went Sigma Chi, 
Lewis Foxhall, and Billy Kinslo. 

On the next page Helen Hissrich is deciding to pledge Theta at convocation. 
Not so happy are the two in the corner, but all is forgiven and forgotten as they 
all jam themselves into the Gymnasium to hear Jummy Lunceford play for the 
Pledge-Night German. 



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A new personality at the University made news during the fall. 
The personality was Dana X. Bible, who was imported from Nebraska 
at a salary almost fabulous when compared to the amounts paid the 
faculty, to help athletics out of the doldrums in which they had 
wallowed for many years. 

So great was the news value of this move that the Saturday Evening 
Post took cognizance of it and carried an article in the October 9 
issue of their magazine. 

Perhaps the wisdom of hiring such a man was doubted at one time 
by some, but were the University population canvassed today it 
would be found to be more than enthusiastic in its support of the 
new Athletic Director. 

Dana Bible has done more than give much hope of breaking a 
losing streak that looked like Minnesota's record in the negative. 
Winning teams do not just happen and yet, not willing to admit that 
college football has become "professional, " he is trying to reconcile 
these contradictory ideas in the "Bible Plan." If it can be made to 
work, and with cooperation it will be made to work, it will be a 
monument to a man who would not say "Sure it's true, but nothing 
can be done about it. " 

Undoubtedly the man oF the year at The University of Texas is Dana X. Bible. 

A pep rally in front of the Main Building. 

Texas tries card formations. 

Wayne Ashmore, head yell leader of this past athletic season. 





Football is the main and practically only topic of extra-curricular 
interest from September to December. In spite of a none-too-success- 
ful season, over 145,000 persons saw Texas play this season Always 
doing the' unpredictable, the Longhorns defeated the Baylor Bears, 
the team that was thought to be almost invincible at that point in the 
season. Announcing for this spectacular upset was Ted Musing in 
his first taste of Southwest Conference football. 

Dub Singleton v^/atches the game, while Idanell Brill eFficiently, if not gracefully, 
keeps a popsicle off her dress. 

Winifred Small, sister of Clint Small, removes her glasses to read a program. 

Stuart MacCorkle, one of the most popular professors, is just as enthusiastic 
as any undergraduate. 

On the next page: 

Loma Hume gets Bill Hardie to take her to the game, and then gets just too, 
too excited. 

Leon Payne, one of the best Phi Psis. 

Stewart (just like a little man) Skidmore with Mary Lee Humlong 

The weather for football in Austin is more like that traditionally associated 
with baseball, but a lot of enthusiasm makes business good for the boys with the 
pennants and arm bands. 

Cassie Mae Springfield. 

Cecil Burney. 




Built from the money 
raised to a great extent by 
a student drive, the Texas 
Union was opened several 
years ago at a cost of 
$413,000. The center of 
student social life on the 
campus, it houses nothing 
remotely pertaining to 
classes. More than just a 
recreation center, it has 
a grovv'ing list of services 
to the students. Under 
the very capable direction 
of Charles Zivley the 
Union operates independ- 
dently, governed by a 
Board of Directors com- 
posed of five students, 
two ex-students, and the 
Dean of Men, and Dean 
of Women. 

Around one-half mil- 
lion visits are made to the 
Union during a year to 
take advantage of the all- 
University dances, travel 
bureau, lost and found 
department, magazine serv- 
ice, club rooms, or any 
of the others of a list of 
services far too numerous 
to mention. 

Bob Nicliols, a Goodfellow 
and real Independent leader, 
Sives the Union a favorable 
appraisal. 

Dorothy Buckley looks up. 

Edith Scott, who works, 
makes good grades, and has 
never been known to neglect 
her social acitivities, walks 
with Knox Fant, a good DKE. 

Jane Green with Lucille 
Campbell. 

Betty Blankenbeckler, one 
of the better liked girls. 

Essie Mae Wentworth and 
Molly Cottontail spend an 
hour in the Fountain Room. 



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Ida Mae Autrey, a former Cactus 
beauty, and Eloise DuBois, one of this 
years' most popular newcomers, pose 
in front of the Union. 

Clive Bockman, Bill Eyssen, and Lewis 
Hawley come up on the Hill to see the 
cuties. 

Mary Reynolds proves that a girl can 
be popular at the University without 
being so affected that she cannot powder 
her nose for smiling at herself. 

Michael Stoner goes to class. 

Daughter Adams and Jerry Paul play 
bridge In the Fountain Room. 

A beautiful picture in front of the 
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PEOPLE WE KNOW 
AND LIKE 

Helen Rathbone and Elizabeth 
Niggli. Two Kappas go to class. 

Mary Jo McAngus, who is 
nearly everything a person can be 
at the University, walks with Jim 
Watson, president of the KA 
chapter. 

Fred Wulff waiting for Emily 
Marshall, no doublt. 

Andy Carter and Pauline Gill, 
who is one of Pi Phis' very best. 

Genevieve Majors listens to 
the radio. 

Katherine Hamilton, one of the 
most attractive girls seen on the 
campus in a long time. 

Doris Dickinson and Ben Stone, 
a good SAE. 

On the next pag^: 

Lorna Hume, the girl from 
Eagle Pass who made good. 

John Hawley up from Law 
School. 

Seawillow Edwards, a Zeta 
from Beaumont. 

Margaret Bellmont, an ex- 
ception to the rule, stayed very 
popular for four years in the 
University. 

Jimmy Pounds, constitution 
writer, and J. C. Arnold, who 
free-lanced in the Ethiopian affair. 

Carolyn Russell and Jerry Paul 
take their cokes on the run. 

Zeke Byrd, who would have 
been a Goodfellow had he 
stayed in school. 

Bill Alexander, assemblyman 
from the B. A. School, who is 
now working for an accounting 
firm in San Antonio. 



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About three years ago a man with glasses and a clarinet played 
for a fraternity dance and a University, relatively unnoticed by the 
student population. A few months ago when Benny Goodman 
played in Carnegie Hall, hundreds of persons were turned away 
from the doors. Most popular with the younger people, he well 
deserves the title "Pied Piper of the panty-waists." To go with 
the swing he helped so much to popularize, a group of students in 
Carolina composed a dance called the Big Apple,- migrating west- 
ward it caught the University in the midst of its fall parties. No 
dance was complete unless it found students shining and shagging 
till they were ready to drop. Needless to say, by spring the Big 
Apple was deader than the push-ball. 

Besides dancins ttiey also drinl< punch. Around the Theta bowl we can 
recognize Essie Mae Wentworth, Bob Dougherty, Marjorie Ligon, Harry Tallichet, 
and Mary Brownlee. 

Three Goodfellows, Dick Starley, Leiand Prowse, and Lewis Foxhall, discuss 
the antics of the younger generation. 

Jo Nash and company are spending most of their time at the barn dance laugh- 
ing and talking, but at least part of it goes to looking pretty horrible. 

Bootsie Trigg and Whitfield Outlaw swing it out. 





Plate balancers by virtue of the inexorable law of self-preservation 
are University students. So unexclusive are student social affairs 
that to seat even the invited guests would require a structure compar- 
able only to Gregory Gym. 

The art of plate-balancing is demonstrated in four sequences with a cast in- 
cluding Grace Eyres and Carolyn Vaughan. 

"How many spoons, please, or would you like yours neat?" 
hie says, "I will be fed." She looks dubious. 
"There now, that's better." 

On the next page: 

Lucien LaCoste and Ellen Umphres show the proper technique for buckling 
up to the bar even if only for a Dr. Pepper. 

Relatively easy to handle is the egg-nog cup. Demonstrating are Kenneth 
Goetzke, Morris McKay, the former Ann Russ, George Darr, Lawson Goggins, 
who looks pleased, and Bill Eysseen looks interested in something in the cup. 
Harry Tallichet turns his back to the camera. Darr seems to be telling something 
very funny and very interesting. Totally unimpressed was Ann Russ, who married 
Chile Holliday only a short time afterwards. 




So unusual is a perceptible snow in Austin that it brought out 
every amateur who had anything resembling a camera. While the 
excellent shot on the left was taken by Wilbur Seiders, the amateurs 
took some too good to overlook. 

The Tri Delt house. The rose looks out of place. Someone shoots the photog- 
rapher while he shoots the Main Building. 
The more rugged oF the lads fight it out on the campus and on the Drag. 




Dancing is entertainment at the University. No matter what or where the party, it probably has 
something to do with a dance. Whether at a party getting ready for a dance or sitting in a car during 
one, or topping the evening off at the Buffett after it's all over, a student will still insist he has been to 
a dance. 

Some lll<e it rough at a barn dance. Willie Fisher seems to be enjoying it. 
Kathryn Spence is being told something very funny. 
Jane Denman, Tom Shelton, and Ed Taylor take theirs formal. 

They even come back to the University to dance. Martha Wiggins, a good alumna, and Bob Vance, who would 
have made our team, attend the ATO formal. 

On the next page: 

Dorothy Buckley, one of the school's best dancers, looks at the cameraman while Bob Doughert/ looks at her. 
Dick Starley holds the mistletoe for J. M. Preston and some cutie. She's really attractive, but we cannot find her name. 



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Very close to the undergraduate's heart is his stomach. At least three times a day some ten thousand 
meals are served in the University district. 

Many of the' boys; eat at boarding houses where Dean Arno Nowotny tries to see to it that they 
get plenty of wholesome food, that the oleomargarine and butter are at least well mixed, and that the 
milk contains a minimum amount of water. Average price is $22 a month for three meals. 

Only a negligible few are fed at sorority houses, but the meals are on the whole well-planned, and 
the company congenial. Largest part of the girls are fed in dormitories where the meals are as good as 
they can possibly be when cooked on such a wholesale scale. 

Tops in boys' meals is found in; fraternity houses. Perhaps this is attributable to the facts that fraternities 
are more or less supported by the board bills and that the house manager's job is dependent on his 
popularity, and his popularity in turn dependent on his meals. In many cases, the best for girls is found 
in boarding houses. 



Dinner at the Chi Omega house, lower picture on left hand page. 
Jack Josey et al eat at the Kappa Sigma house. 





Students with an average course 
attend class at least Fifteen hours a 
week, and are expected to spend 
two hours in study for every class- 
room hour, making about an eight 
hour day for a six-day week. The 
camera catches students at work. 

Professor Alton Burdlne lectures to a 
class in state government. Professor 
Burdine Is an outstanding man in our 
superior government department. 

Tfiis lad studies in tfie dormitory. 

While cute Virginia Lucker takes fier 
books to tfie Pi Pfii house. 

On the next page Emily Marshall 
selects a book. 

John Ben Shepperd reads up on the 
great White Father in Washington. 

J. A. lawyers either study harder or 
talk more about it than any other group. 

These two co-eds find a beautiful 
place to study in the Stark Collection. 



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Pictures and people we could 
not discard: 

Tom Shelton, Jane Denman, Dick 
Ballinger and friend, at the Phi Gam 
garden party. 

Helen Hissrich and Cecilia De Golyer 
at the InterFraternity carnival. 

Jean and her sister, Mary Vaughan 
Montgomery, are two of the University's 
most attractive and popular girls. 

And Tony Touchstone who is material 
for anyone's Beauty Page. 

Naomi Smith and Patsy Gannon. 

Poor pictures of two good boys, 
Red Ryan and Sawnie Aldredge, two of 
Texas' Goodfellows. They represent 
the all-too-scarce group who come to the 
University and make friends of the people 
they like and not the ones that they be- 
lieve can help them to gain trivial campus 
honors. 





Nights at a co-educational 
school are usually spent try- 
ing to find out what the 
opposite sex is like; no real 
progress has been reported 
as yet. Not so with the 
afternoons when the stu- 
dents relax at home and Find 
out what their roommates 
look like. 

The porch on the third Floor of 
the KA House gives an un- 
obstructed view of Clarlc Field. 
Utilizing the view are Frank Lee, 
Kenneth Goetzke, and Reagan 
Cartwrigh;. 

Andy Carter sleeps it off. 

Beauty Libba Weichsel, Frances 
Pope, and Phyllis Childs play 
bridge, while Jane Bailey and 
Jean Montgomery kibitz. 

Jane Denman and Rowena 
Simpson (who but for editorial 
propriety would have made the 
beauty page) play ping-pong. 

Some go to the library. 

And other meet their friends 
on the Drag. 





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r o m May 
through sum- 
mer schoo 
is Barton Springs, 
afternoon finds a 
group of University 
dents sunning in the 
sun or swimming in 
very cold water. 

Miss Pryor is the g 
the big picture. 

Some of the reason: 
Barton's popularity. 

Dorothy Boatwright 
Lucy Blewett are in the 
die picture. 

We included a maie 
the interests of good taste 



University of Texas stu- 
dents take their politics 
seriously. Some 6,500 stu- 
dents voted on April 5 for 
their choice of candidates to 
fill the editorial positions on 
the publications and the 
officers of the Students' 
Association. 

Most humorous note in 
this year's elections vv'as the 
candidate w^ho took his cue 
from the crusading TEXAN 
and ran on a Wassermann 
platform. He advocated free 
Wdssermanns for every stu- 
dent, to be graded on the 
curve with make-ups for al 






Elected were John Connally, president,- Stanley Neely, 
vice-president; Elizabeth Knivelon, secretary; Pat Daniels, 
Texan Editor; Kathryn Owens, Associate Editor of the 
Texan; Bob Townsend, Cactus Editor; Alice Mary Adams, 
Ranger Editor; and Margaret Lanford, Associate Editor of 
the Ranger. 

Exceptionally capable and strong was Al King, who 
went into office unopposed as Associate Editor of the 
Cactus. 

On the other page: 

Lois Crow talks it over. 

Caroline Brownlee is an asset for any candidate. 

The campus Is covered with campaign literature. The 
gardeners and printers clean up. 

On this page: 

Phyllis Childs, Jane Denman, and Pauline Gill backed a 
winner In Bob Townsend. 

Jake Pickle elected another man in Connally. He again 
managed to convince the independents that Delta Theta Phi, 
a member of the Interfraternity council, was the champion 
of the barbs. 

Sis Merritt and Jack Llewellyn have gathered plenty of 
circulars. 

While this girl debates over the ballot. 




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University's homecoming is at the annual Round-Up 
sometime in April of every year. Conducted by the 
Ex-Students' Association, it features class reunions, a 
parade, and the Round-Up Revue and Ball, at which the 
Sweethearts of Southwest Conference schools are 
presented and the Sweetheart of the University announced. 

Biggest drawing card for this Ball are the Bluebonnet 
Belle nominees from whom the Cactus Bluebonnet Belles 
are selected; very ungrateful, therefore, (in the editors 
opinion) was the Ex-Students' Association when it 
tried to dictate the number of nominees and the manner 
in which they were to be chosen. 




On the opposite page: 

All ex-students register in the Union. 

A cowboy float. 

A winner was this float with a branding scene. We are 
still wondering whether or not it was a real calf. 

The KA's take cognizance of world affairs with their entry. 
Hawley makes an excellent Mussolini. 

On this page: 

Classes '23, '18, and '08 lunch in the Union Ballroom. 

The parade was held a day late this year as a result of 
unusually cold weather. Sweetheart nominees were on a 
revolving float. 

The ATO's pan the health service, a good float but a 
poor idea, the health service being most efficient. 
The Phi Gam's winning float. 



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another rather dull Round-Up Re- 
vue. The Alpha Phi Omegas 
did their bit in contributing to the 
general pandemonium, hlowever, 
saving the show from failure and 
even making it very pleasant, was 
the presentation of the Bluebonnet 
Belle nominees. hHigh spot of the 
evening was, of course, the an- 
nouncing of the lovely Idanell 
Brill as Sweetheart of The Univer- 
ity of Texas. 

One of the dance numbers. 

Elizabeth Weichsel and a sood picture 
of Margaret Bellmont. 



Carolyn Vaughan and Harold 
Miller congratulate Idanell Bri 



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Paul R. Schumann is widely knoum as an interpreter 
of the true Gulf Coast and typical Texas skies. His 
work consists of marines, oil paintings, water colors, 
and Crayola studies. His early study was under the 
painter, ]uiian Stockfeldt, hut later he began to paint 
from nature, using the beach, the waves, the wharf and 
its busy life as subjects. He paints with a broad han- 
dling, using excellent composition. His glassy effect of 
water, the picturesque sails with reflected light on them, 
and the stalwart figures of the fishermen are excellently 
done. His favorite subjects are before and after a storm. 
While Mr. Schumann is primarily a marine artist, he 
is also a recognized landscape painter, using the deserts 
of West Texas and New Mexico as his subjects. 



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Burchell Allinson 
Judson Atchison 


Wallace Lawson 
Ned McDonald 


Roy Baines 
Wesley Boyer 
B. F. Bryan 


Henry Mittermayer 
Park Myers 
Charles Naiser 


Bernie Esunas 


Stanley Neely 


Lewis Ford 
Bill Forney 
Lewis Gray 
Charles Haas 
Ray Keeling 
J. T. King 


John Peterson 
Joe Roach 
Jack Rhodes 
Howard Terry j 
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Vernon McM'urrey 
James Maedgen 
J. C. Munro 
Henry Ramsey 
Lloyd Rigby / ' 
Le Roy WestertVian 
rnton Hardie 



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Charles -Hajis 
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James Britt 
Henry Chovanec 
Elmer Finley 
Robert Moers 



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Oron Spears 
Willis Tate 
Don White 







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D. A. Penick, Tennis 
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1937 Southwest 
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Football Rice Institute 

Basketball ('38) Arkansas 

Baseball A. & M. College 

Track University of Texas 

Tennis University of Texas 

Cross Country University of Texas 

Swimming University of Texas 

Golf University of Texas 

Athletic Council 




Ed Olle, D. X. Bible, Read Cranberry, J.XCDolley, Harris'.Van Zandl, W.;H. Richardson, A. E. Cooper. 



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Peterson, Rhodes, Brown, 
Bovf r, Van Zandt, Frankovic, 
White, Atchison 

Chovanec, Sweeney, King, 
Lawson, Westernian, Naiser, 
Wadsworth, Lewis, Siebert, 
Seay, Dabney, Skelton 

Kamrath, McMurrey, 
Maedgen, McDonald, 
Tullos, Allinson, Terry, 
Wolfe, Esunas, Mrttermayer, 

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Bryan, Graves, Neely, 
Murphey, McGinnis, Viclcrcy, 
Forney, Baines, Britt, Myers, 
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OFFICERS 

President Harris Van Zandt 

Vice-President Wesley Boyer 

Secretary Sam Brown 

Treasurer Don White 

Serseant-at-Arms Nick Frankovic 



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Burchell Allinson 
Judson Atchison 
Roy Bdines 
Joseph Baldwin 
Wesley Boyer 
Jimmie Britt 
Sam Brown 
B. F. Bryan 
Ralph Burns 
Bob Butler 
H. y. Cartwright 
hHenry Chovanec 
Jack Conway 
Kelso Dabney 
Bond Davis 
George Dullnig 
Bernard Esunas 
Elmer Finley 
Gordon Fishet 
Lewis Ford 
Bill Forney 



SPONSORS 

William Disch 

MEMBERS 



Nick Frankovic 
Thomas Glenn 
Hugh Graves 
Jack Gray 
Charlie FHaas 
Nelson Hall 
Thornton Hardie 
David Hume 
Earl Johnson 
Bob Kamrath 
Bernard Karkowski 
Raymond Keeling 
Grover Keeton 
J. T. King 
Zane Lawhorn 
Wallace Lawson 
H. W. Lewis 
Ned McDonald 
R. C. McGinnis 
Vernon McMurrey 
Jim Maedgen 



Wayne Middleton 
Henry Mittermayer 
Bob Moers 
George Morris 
Nelson Munger, Jr. 
Rozier Murphey 
Park Myers 
Charles Naiser 
Stanley Neely 
Tommie Nelms 
Warren Osborne 
Sam Pattillo 
John Peterson 
Bill Pitzer 
Fred Ramsdell 
Oneal Allen Reed 
H. V. Reeves 
Jack Rhodes 
Lloyd Rigby 
Joe Roach 
J. M. Seay 



Harris Van Zandt, 
President 



Clyde Littlefield 



Ney Sheridan 
W. T. Siebett 
Max Skelton 
Edward Slavik 
Clint Small 
Ned Sweeney 
Willie Tate 
Howard Terry 
Remus Thomas 
Will Tullos 
Harris Van Zandt 
Jack Vickrey 
Albert Wadsworth 
Paschall Walthall 
Bill Ward 
Edgar Weller 
Leroy Westerman 
Don White 
Warren Wiggins 
Hugh Wolfe 
John Wood 



The "T" Association ofThe University of Texas was organized in l916to promote in every proper and constructive 
way the athletic interests of the University among its students, faculty, alumni, and friends. 

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Wolfe recovers after almost fumbling the ball 
and makes a good gain. 



Plummer of Tech fails to stop Mittermdyer who 
runs on for a touchdown. 



Col. Hurt leads the famous Longhorn Band. 



TEXAS OPENS FOOTBALL SEASON 

BY BEATING TEXAS TECH 25 TO 1 2 

Dana X. Bible's First Longhorn team, led by the galloping of Haas and Wolfe, made known the fact that 
it had the championship power to pull through in the pinches September 25, when it met and defeated the 
Texas Tech Red Raiders, 25 to 12, in Memorial Stadium. Wolfe, Haas, "Beefus" Bryan, and "Bullet" Gray 
broke through the Tech line consistently, and it was obvious from the first of the game that offensively, the Long- 
horns were tops. The defense was a different stor/; however, a weakness in the Steer defense was expected. 

The Raiders pulled up within one point of Texas in the second and third quarters, but the Steers, refusing 
to quit, crossed the pay-off stripe twice in the fourth quarter. Roach left the game with a broken leg. 

MUD AND L. S. U. WHIP 1 

FIGHTING LONGHORNS, 9 TO 

On October 2, the Longhorn football team was sucked under by the mud and trampled upon by the powerful 
Louisiana State team at Baton Rouge, Louisiana, 9 to 0. A touchdown in the first quarter and an automatic 
safety in the third won the game for the Tigers. The girdiron was soaked, making fumbles numerous with both 
teams getting breaks, good and bad. The Texas secondary was obliged constantly to come to the rescue as a 
weak Steer line allowed Tiger backs to cut through almost at will. 

Texas fans caught their breath when they saw Hugh Wolfe break loose in the second quarter with an open 
field before him, but only groaned when they saw him slip in the muck on the L. S. U. 17-yard line after running 
thirty-seven yards. Texans received another thrill in the fourth quarter when John Peterson tore through the 
L. S. U. line to block his second Tiger punt of the game. A desperate aerial attack followed, but failed, and 
the game closed with an L. S. U. man breaking into the open, only to be caught and tackled within the Texas 
15-yard stripe by "Beefus" Bryan. 



Wolfe 



Alchis 



Terry 




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The Sooners and the 
Lontjhorns pile up, stop- 
ping the prosress of 
Henry Rosenthal. 



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TEXAS AND OKLAHOMA TIE, 7 TO 7, 
IN ANNUAL GAME AT DALLAS 



The Texas Longhorns came to a deadlock with the Oklahoma University Sooners, October 9, in Dallas, 
7 to 7, For the second tie in the annual series, it was the First time in eleven years that Texas had not won the 
O. U. game. At the line oF scrimmage the Oklahoma Forward wall stood Firm, and the Flying Feet oF Haas, 
Atchison, Mittermayer, and Gray brought little yardage, the slick grass making it hard For the Texas backs to get 
started. 

The disheartening O. U. score came after the Sooners had pounded steadily at the Texas line within the 5-yard 
zone For seven straight downs. A Texas penalty conceded the Sooners one First down within the 5-yard line. 
Play aFter play, the O. U. backs tried to push the ball over, but the Texas Fighting spirit always closed up the 
holes and stopped the drives. On the last oF eight downs, Huddleston went through a big hole at right tackle 
For O. U.'s single touchdown, and Boudreau Followed with the conversion. 

Moments later, a stalwart Longhorn eleven evened the score with a passing attack that ended when Gray 
passed to Atchison who took the ball over for the University's lone tally. Gray converted to tie the score at 
7-all. Both scores were made in the First halF. In the second halF the ball moved back and Forth between the 
two goal lines, but never over either. Outstanding In this halF was the acting captain oF the Longhorns, Ray 
Keeling, who intercepted an O. U. pass to stop a scoring drive. Also, Longhorn Baines, a newcomer to the 
starting line-up, made a very neat job oF backing up the line. 

Longhorn deFense was good throughout the game and showed a decided improvement, but the ofFense 
lacked the power to put the ball over the line that makes scores. 




Allis. 



Ford 



Bair 




Hush Wolfe and Charlie Haas try to stop Sooner 
. Bob Seymour. 



Jud Atchison smiles as Sooner Jiggs Walker 
fails in an attempt to intercept a Texas pass intended 
for Henry Rosenthal. 



Th« Texas yell leaders rest between the excite- 
ment at the O. U. game. 



fage 401 



Cole and Eakin run 
i terferencc for 
Rawlings, Arkansas 
back, while Long- 
horns Ford and 
Peterson try to stop 
play. 



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LONGHORNS LOSE CONFERENCE 

OPENER TO ARKANSAS, 21 TO 10 

The University of Arkansas Razorbacks ran true to prediction, October 16, when, with an aerial attack 
consisting oF thirty-six passes, they overthrew the Longhorns, 21 to 10, in Memorial Stadium in the opening 
Conference game. The absence of Jack Robbins, smashing Hog halfback, didn't stop Arkansas in the least. 
Dwight Sloan seemed to take over for the Hogs and was the shining light of the game as far as Arkansas was 
concerned. He passed, kicked, and ran for gain after gain. 

Sloan was outclassed only by the Longhorn halfback, Hugh Wolfe, who played, without a doubt, the 
greatest game of his career. Wolfe personally accounted for nine of the ten Texas points, scoring three points 
in the first quarter on a field goal and six points on a touchdown in the final quarter. 

The Longhorns pulled a fast one and surprised many when, for the first time in many years, they passed from 
behind their own goal line. When they failed the first time, they tried again and got the ball out. 

Arkansas's touchdowns came in the second and the fourth quarters. Following a series of passes that 
gave the Porkers a first down on the Texas 6-yard line, Sloan crashed over for a touchdown. In the fourth 
quarter, Arkansas recovered a Texas fumble on the Longhorn 15-yard line, and then passed over the goal line 
for six points. The third Arkansas score came in the closing minutes when Atchison, behind his own goal 
line and unable to find a man open, tried to toss the ball to safety, but threw it into the hands of an opposing 
player, who carried it the few remaining feet for another touchdown, making the final score 21 to 10 for Arkansas. 



McDonald 



Peterson 



Wolfe makes a desperate effort to snatch pass 
which is out of his reach. 



Arkansas's try for extra point was good. 



Eakin again runs interference for Rawlings. 
Sloan, the star of the game, is on the ground, tackled 
by Longhorn Rhodes. 




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OIlie Cordill (70) 
stopped Jackson, 
Lonahorn center, 
shortly after he inter- 
cep'cd Sullivan's 
pass. 



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RICE TAKES DISPUTED GAME 

FROM TEXAS BY 14 TO 7 SCORE 

A hard-fighting aggregation from Rice Institute defeated the Texas Longhorns, October 23, in Memorial 
Stadium by a score of 14 to 7. The Longhorns came by their lone score luckily. Following a series of passes, 
runs, and penalties that found the Steers on the Rice 6-yard line, "Bullet" Gray took the pass from center and 
lateraled to "Beefus" Bryan. Bryan was hit hard as he streaked to the goal, and he fumbled, only to chase after 
the ball and recover his own fumble over the goal line for the touchdown. 

Texas got a bad break in the first half when Rice made a touchdown only seconds before the gun went off. 
Lain completed a 32-yard pass to Cordill to put the Owls in scoring position for their first touchdown. Lain 
carried the ball over on the next play. The gun went off while he was running. The second Rice touchdown 
came on a freak play when Ernest Lain passed over the goal line to Frank Steen, who scooped the ball up from 
his shoe laces. It was so close to the ground that many thought it grounded, and a picture of the play seemed 
to show that it was. Much discussion followed the game. 

The Steers made one touchdown that didn't count because of an unlucky break. A triple forward-lateral 
pass, Gray to Peterson to Bryan, put the latter across the pay-off stripe, but the referee ruled that Gray had not 
been 5 yards behind the line of scrimmage when the pass was thrown, making it illegal. This play was also 
challenged later by Longhorn supporters. 

FHugh Wolfe again showed that he was a good football player, both offensively and defensively, by carry- 
ing the ball 92 of the 160 yards made by the Steers on scrimmage and by stopping drives with his vicious tackling. 
'Beefus" Bryan, halfback, Burcell Allison, tackle, and Stanley Neely, end, also turned in top-notch perform- 
ances for the Longhorns. 




Gray 



Neely 




Hines, Owl player, misses Tullos who starts 
after ballcarrier Sullivan. Peterson comes up 
from behind. 



Rhodes goes to take out Hancock as Wolfe 
makes a good gain for Texas. 



Mechler carries the ball for Rice. 



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Henry Mittermayer and 
Lewis Gray try to break 
up the flisht of the ball as 
it sails toward a Mustang 
player. 



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Mittermayer and Gray again fail to break up a 
Mustang pass. Hugh Wolfe is in the background. 



The entire Texas team circles a Mustang ball 
carrier. 



A Mustang player carries the ball for a gain as 
Ray Keeling advances on him. 



S. M. U. AERIAL ATTACK 

DEFEATS LONGHORNS, 13 TO 2 

On October 30 at Dallas the Mustangs oF Southern Methodist University unleashed an aerial attack in the 
second half of their game with the Texas Longhorns to win their first Conference victory, 13 to 2. The game 
was marked by an abundance of long passes, penalties, plenty of rough playing, and long running and hidden 
ball plays. The first half showed drear/, indifferent playing from both teams, but the second half told a different 
story, with the Mustangs in complete control of the situation, rolling up a total of sixteen first downs to the five 
made by Texas. They gained 343 yards from scrimmage, the Longhorns amassing only 94. S. M. U. completed 
twelve of twenty-one passes for a total gain of 207 yards. Penalties cost the Mustangs 55 yards and Texas 80. 

Charlie Sprague, Mustang tackle, set up the first S. M. U. touchdown when he ran thirty yaids on a hidden 
ball play to the Texas 35-yard line. A pass from Stidger to Harlow continued the drive, but Bryan apparently 
broke up the rally on the next play with a beautiful interception of Stidger's pass. The fates of the game willed 
that Bryan should fumble on the next play and that Ranspot should recover for the Mustangs on the Longhorn 
4-yard line. On the second play, Dan Patterson went over right guard for the score, and Stidger converted 
for the extra point. 

The second S. M. U. touchdown came early in the last quarter when Ewing passed twenty yards to Jackson, 
who just stepped over for the score. Belville's kick for extra point was wide. 

The Longhorns went scoreless until late in the final quarter when Jud Atchison kicked over the head of 
Mustang Stidger to the S. M. U. 7-yard line. Then S. M. U. was penalized back to their own 1-yard line, and 
Busacker intentionally grounded the ball, giving Texas its two points. 



King 



Lawson 



Keeling 





Lawson, Lonsfiorn 
bdclc, carries the ball for a 
short sain. 






TEXAS UPSETS BAYLOR'S TITLE 

HOPES BY WINNING, 9 TO 6 

November 6 saw Hush Wolfe, husky back for the Texas Longhorns, remove his helmet, step back to the 
Texas 38-yard line, and kick a perfect field goal from the east side lines of the Waco field to give The University of 
Texas a stirring, hectic upset over the Rose Bowl-bound Baylor Bears, to the tune of 9 to 6. The field goal 
which gave the Texas rooters such a thrill brought a surprising team of fighting Longhorns their first Conference 
victory of the season and removed the Bears from the undefeated class. 

The Longhorns scored first when Jud Atchison, whom announcer Ted Husing called the greatest running 
back he had ever seen, ripped his way through right guard, reversed his field, shook loose a horde of Baylor 
tacklers, and raced over the goal line standing up, midway in the first period. 

In the second quarter the Bears started a drive of their own which resulted in a touchdown. A lateral 
to Patterson from Wolfe's kick-off brought the ball to the Texas 42-yard line. From there, Baylor tried two 
passes which failed and then Milton Evans took a lateral from Patterson and raced behind good blocking to the 
Texas 10-yard line. After a plunge failed to gain through the stalwart Texas line, Patterson passed to lanky 
Sam Boyd, Baylor left end, who staggered over the goal stripe just as he was tackled. 

Repeatedly, Wolfe, Atchison, Bryan, Lawson, and Boyer alternated in tearing to shreds a Baylor line which 
had previously held opponents to an average of about forty yards a game. The fastest backfield in America 
finally clicked. 





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Esunds 



Naiser 







Wotfe makes a yarj-garning drive. 



McDonald drops a heart-breaking pass behind 
the goal line. 



Atchison starts on his fouchdown drive. 



Pa^c 4C5 



\(/o\ic strains to catch 
d pass that is out of reach 
and is covered by 
O'Bnen, left, and Hall. 



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O'BRIEN LEADS T. C. U. TO 

14 TO VICTORY OVER TEXAS 

Stagins two powerful drives in the first fialf, the T. C. U. Horned Frogs won their first Conference victory 
on November 13, when they defeated an outclassed Texas team, 14 to 0, in Memorial Stadium. It was due to 
little Davey O'Brien, the boy that took the place of Sammy Baugh, that the Steers lost. It was O'Brien, O'Brien, 
O'Brien, all the way through, his punts keeping the ball well down in the Longhorn territory and his passes 
paving the way for his yard-gaining runs. 

From his own 24-yard line, O'Brien led his teammates down into the Longhorn territory and across the 
goal line in eleven plays for the first T. C. U. touchdown. O'Brien then converted successfully for the extra 
point. Again, a few minutes before the end of the first half, O'Brien raced around left end to the Steer 22-yard 
line, a run that netted the Frogs 54 yards. A pass to Charley Williams from O'Brien was good for fourteen 
yards. Then O'Brien took the ball over the goal line in four plays, following up with another good conversion. 

Surpassed only by O'Brien, Wolfe gave his usual star performance, carrying the ball ten times for 76 yards. 
It was not until the closing minutes of the second half that the Longhorns made anything resembling a scoring 
threat, being practically helpless before the driving attack of the Frogs. Forced to kick twice on their own 
1-yard line, Bryan and Atchison both came through with beautiful punts to take the Longhorns well out of the 
path of immediate danger. 

At times during the game, the Longhorns seemed to show the fire and spirit which characterized their play 
against Baylor, but their play was dimmed by the spotlight focused on O'Brien. 



Tullos 



RcMch 



Mittermaycr 




Hall, left half, makes a long run for the Fross. 
Gray charges into a mass of T. C. U. players. 
Wolfe carries the ball for a long run. 



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Britt, Aggie end, i5 
tdclcled immedidtely after 
snatching a pass. 



A. & M. DEFEATS TEXAS, 7 TO 0, 

TO WIN THANKSGIVING GAME 

On November 25 the Longhorns were met and defeated by the Texas Aggies at College Station. It was 
a game of numerous fumbles, and the breaks figured from the first play, when Wolfe tried to take a pass from 
Lawson on a sweep which was intercepted by Coston, Aggie center, on the Texas 31 -yard line. Then after 
recovering on a fumble, the Longhorns made a threat and drove to the Aggie 19-yard line, but Schroeder threw 
Atchison for a loss that took the ball out of scoring distance. With the ball on the Aggie 48-yard line, Coston 
again intercepted a pass from Lawson to Wolfe. Shockey flipped a pass to Todd, who galloped to the Steer 
13-yard line. Rogers and Vitek then combined plunges and reverses to make a first down on the 1-foot line, 
and Vitek plowed over on the first try. Todd followed with a successful conversion. 

Atchison's fumble on his own 18-yard line almost resulted in another touchdown for the Red and White 
of the Aggies, but Neely's slicing tackle of Todd when it was fourth down and only two yards to the Texas 
goal, threw the Aggies for a loss and stopped a threatening drive. 

From then on the second period was a scrambled affair. It was through Atchison's brilliant kicking and 
defense work that the Longhorns drew a slight edge on the Aggies in the third period. 

Through a series of passes and runs the Longhorns drove to the Aggie 5-yard line just one yard short of a 
first down. After that the University team stopped everything the College Station boys could fling at them, 
with Naiser, Myers, Baines, and Peterson playing particularly good football. The game ended with the Aggies 
victorious. 





Myers 



Forney 



Rhodes 




Todd, Aggie star, knocks down a pass intended 
For Neely. 



Todd carries the ball for a long gain. 



Lawson comes up from behind to stop an Aggie 



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The S. M. U. game in 
Ddllds was d close one 
and there were many tic 
Ddlls to be settled as this 
one on the foul line. 



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Bob Moers of Texas catches a high pass in the 
S. M. U. game. 



S. M. U. shoots for the basket and it looks as if 
it might be a score. 



Shortly before the half the scoreboard shows 
S. M. U. and Texas tied. 



GOOD TEAMWORK BY LONGHORNS WINS FIRST 

CONFERENCE GAME FROM T. C. U., 33 TO 21 

The Longhorns opened their Southwest Conference basketball season in Austin January 8 with a convincing 
33-to-21 victory over Texas Christian University. All-round good teamwork held the Frogs to four field goals 
while the Longhorns were ringing up thirteen for themselves. Warren Osborne and hienry Chovanec ran 
wild, scoring 13 and 10 points respectively to take first and second high-scoring honors. Defensively, Don White, 
Longhorn captain, led the game, and Bob Moers, playing with an injured wrist, brought much applause from the 
very near capacity crowd. 

NORTON'S 16 POINTS FOR S. M. U. DEFEAT 

LONGHORNS, 29 TO 26, IN FAST DALLAS GAME 

January 14, Southern Methodist University's Mustangs defeated the Longhorns in Dallas, 29 to 26. Led by 
"Lightnin" Norton, who scored 16 points to take scoring honors, the Ponies made this victory count even 
more, having dropped their first game to Baylor, 26 to 23. Wiggins was the highpoint man for Texas with 7 
points, trailed by Moers and Willie Tate, who scored 6 each. The Longhorns led the Ponies until shortly before 
the half when shots by Crouch and Norton put the Mustangs in the lead 14 to 12. The second half proved 
to be just as exciting as the first, being very close all the way with the S. M. U. quintet barely nosing out the 
Longhorns in the closing minutes. 

LONGHORNS ROMP ON FROGS TO WIN 

GAME, 39 TO 18, IN FORT WORTH 

The Texas Longhorns proved to be too much for the T. C. U. Horned Frogs, January 15 in Fort Worth, and 
they bagged the second game of their Northern invasion, 39 to 18. At the half, the Longhorns were on top . 
by a score of 19 to 11, the Frogs having made considerable gain just before the gun. In the last period it was 
just a question of how many points the Steers would make. The winner led by a 35 to 18 count with still six 
minutes to play in the second half. At no time were the Frogs in the contest. 



Tate 



White 





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Henry Chovancc of 
Texas settles a tie ball with 
a member oi the Baylor 
quintet. 



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KIRKPATRICK LEADS BEARS FOR WIN 

OF 51 TO 45 ON STEERS' OWN COURT 

Led by lanky Hubert Kirkpatrick, who scored 17 points, the Baylor Bears defeated the Longhorns 51 to 45 
on January 18 in Austin. Wee Willie Tc'te, Steer forward, was high point man for the evening with 19 points, 
while Kirkpatrick and Gernand took second place with 17 each. Gernand, slowed down by the close guard- 
ing of Bob Moers, made only four field goals, but made nine free throws count. Shortly after the mid-way 
point, Kirkpatrick was marked down for his fourth personal, but was allowed to remain in the game. HHe led 
the Bears to victory. 

LONGHORNS LOSE TO BAYLOR, 45 TO 46, 

IN THRILL-PACKED GAME IN WACO 

In Waco on February 4 the Longhorns again failed to halt the onrushing stampede of the Baylor Bears as 
they dropped a 46-to-45 decision in a thrill-packed cage tilt. The Bears kept a one or two-point lead through- 
out most of the game, but just as they would appear off on a spree, Tate or Moers, outstanding Texas guards, 
would put the Steers back into the game. Hubert Kirkpatrick, Baylor's center, captured high point honors 
with 17 points. 

RICE OWLS DEFEAT LONGHORNS, 

42 TO 41, IN FAST HOUSTON GAME 

With Mike Scale, senior guard, scoring 15 points, the Rice Institute Owls deFeated The University oF Texas 
Longhorns in Houston February 8 by the close score oF 42 to 41. Jack Gray's Longhorns were practically 
squeezed out oF a victory when Rice won the game From Texas aFter the Steers had come up From a bad start to 
get within scoring distance. Moers and Tommy Nelms were high-point men For Texas with 13 and 10 points 
respectively. 




Chovancc 



Wrgsins 



Finle 




A tall Steer catches the ball from the baclcboard 
in the Baylor game. 



The Texas players try to boost the ball into the 
basket. 



The ball is in the air and all eyes watch to see 
if it will go in the basket. 



I\:^c' v--y 



Willie Tate has just 
received the ball from 
Don White and is looting 
for another Texas player 
to pass it to even though 
the Rice team has decided 
against it 



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Bob Moers of Texas gets ready to shoot for the 
basket and a couple of points. 



Moers shoots and maybe it was two points for 
Texas. 



The Texas football team pays its respects to the 
Longhorn basketball team at the Rice same. 



ARKANSAS SETS SCORING RECORD 

BY DEFEATING LONGHORNS, 74 TO 38 

Arkansas' championship-bound cagers smothered a hard fighting but outclassed University of Texas team 
February 11 at Fayetteville to win their seventh consecutive Conference game and to set a new scoring record 
for the season, 74 to 38. Porker Benton led the scorers with 20 points, four goals in the first half and six in 
the second. Jack Robins of Arkansas was runner-up for scoring honors for the evening with 18 points. Dean 
Spears, Texas guard, turned in the best floor work of the evening by keeping Don Lockard, Arkansas' high point 
man and captain, to 12 points,- Spears led the Longhorn offensive with 14 points. White also played a good 
floor game, making 12 points himself. 

TATE, FINLEY LEAD TEXAS AS 

RAZORBACKS WIN AGAIN, 42 TO 37 

On February 12, the University of Arkansas cagers played the Texas Longhorns for the second time and 
again defeated them, but this time the score was 42 to 37. The Razorbacks had to overcome an early Texas 
lead to nose out a much improved team. Robins, high scoring Conference guard, was high point man for the 
Razorbacks with 16 points, and Finley, Texas forward, was close behind with 14. White of Texas played an 
outstanding game on the defense, holding Arkansas' captain to 8 points. Tate also showed up well for Texas 
with 14 points. 

LONGHORNS WIN SLOW GAME 
WITH AGGIES, 35 TO 27 

In a slow, ragged game on February 19, the Longhorn basketball team snapped a four-game losing streak 
at the expense of the Aggies, 35 to 27, in Gregory Gym. Tate, Steer center, was high point man with 11 
points. The game was slowed down considerably by the slow break system employed by both teams. Half 
of the first period was gone before either team had scored more than five points. The half score, one of the 
lowest to date, was 17 to 11 in favor of the Steers. 



Spedrs 



Moers 



Britt 




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Both teams watch while 
an Aflgie shoots at the 
basket and a Longhorn 
tries to get the bjll. 



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STAMPEDING LONGHORNS DOWN 

S. M. U., 25 TO 23, IN FAST GAME 

A Fighting herd oF Texas Longhorns stampeded on February 22 to virtually eliminate the S. M. U. Mustangs 
From the Southwest ConFerence basketball race, by trouncing them 25 to 23. Led by Bobby Moers, Willie 
Tate, and Oran Spears, the Longhorns fought the Ponies point For point throughout the game, finally grasping 
the lead with but Five minutes to go. The game was Fought nip and tuck with no team being ahead For more 
than Five minutes at a time. Much credit is due Moers, who opened and closed the scoring For the game. 

LONGHORNS DEFEAT RICE, 53 TO 35, 

IN LAST HOME GAME OF SEASON 

Taking an early lead and never losing it, the Steers won their last home game oF the season with a 53-to-35 
victory over the Rice Owls on February 25. Moers, playing his usual outstanding game, was high point man with 
19 points. Followed closely by Tate with 17 points. Spears and Captain White oF Texas were two reasons 
the Rice team could make no more than 9 points in the First halF. Chovanec, playing his last ConFerence game 
for the Orange and White, was outstanding for his steady plugging. The team as a whole was in fine form, 
with every man playing his best for the last home crowd. 

LONGHORNS LOSE FINAL GAME 

TO AGGIES, 31 TO 26, ON MARCH 3 

On March 3 the Texas Longhorns played their Final game oF the season with the Texas Aggies, losing by 
a score of 31 to 26. The Longhorns made eleven field goals to the Aggies' nine, but Clarke's expert free throwing 
spelled defeat for the Steers. Held to two field goals by the Longhorns, who took turns guarding him, Clarke 
made eleven of fourteen free throws to win high point honors with 15 points. Tate and Moers of the Long- 
horns and Frieberger of the Aggies followed with 8 points each. The score was tied at the half and many 
times in the second period, but the Aggies charged back after a tie late in the last period and held the lead for 
the rest of the game. 




Gray 



SIcellon 



Kelley 




A. & M. and Texas jump after a tie ball on the 
outside. 



The center jump at the second half in the A. & M. 
same. 



Brttt tries for a free shot; the Aggies watch the 
ball. 



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Cidrence Pfeil, Long- 
iiorn, slides into home 
plate. Frenlc Gibson Js 
the umpire. 



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Clarence Pfeil of Texas comes into home plate. 
Johnny Langerhans of Texas baltins. 
A Longhorn player is safe at first. 



LONGHORNS LOSE 1937 CONFERENCE CROWN 
TO AGGIES AFTER GOOD SEASON 



A Texas team, weakened by the loss of its two star hurlers, Dick Midkiff and Norman Branch, besides seven 
veterans who graduated last spring, failed to run up the Southwest Conference pennant which it has won eighteen 
times in the last twenty-two years. A hard driving Texas Aggie nine defeated the Longhorns this year by a 
margin of two runs in the last two games of the playoff. 

TheTexas team has dominated the diamonds hereabouts for the last two decades, and Uncle Billy Disch's outputs 
have gained national recognition as being perhaps the strongest collegiate baseball team in the country. This 
season, however, a weakness in the pitching staff proved to be the only bad link in a chain that didn't break 
but merely slipped in the final showdown of the series. 

The Texas nine opened its pre-Conference season by defeating the Austin Seven-Uppers, 3 to 0. In the 
second game the Bottlers came back with a barrage of base hits to win, 12 to 9. Class Double- A baseball 
proved too stiff for the University this spring. The opening big-time game saw the Longhorns lose to the Minne- 
apolis Millers, 3 to 8, and the Millers returned later to sweep their series, the second game going to them with 
a 3-to-2 count. Tulsa's Texas-Leaguers were nosed out by the close score of 9 to 8. 

The St. Louis Browns, first of the Major League teams returning North, stayed over long enough to out-hit 
the Longhorns, 11 to 6, and April 5, after the Conference race had begun, the Philadelphia Athletics trounced 
the Steers, 11 to 3. 

Meeting a college outside their immediate circuit, the Longhorns were able to do no better than a tie with 
Oklahoma University. The Sooners took the first game, 12 to 5, but the Texans came back to take the second, 
5 to 1. 



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Joyce Rdwc, Long- 
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forward, prepared for a 
throw to home. 



LONGHORNS WIN CONFERENCE 

OPENER AGAINST T. C U., 8 TO 6 

The Longhorns smashed their way into the race opener April 1, in Fort Worth by driving out eight runs against 
T. C. U. pitchers, while the Frogs were held to six tallies. Steadiness in both Fielding and pitching in the pinches 
brought victory to the Dischmen in spite of the fact that T. C. U. counted fifteen hits to the Longhorns' nine. 

SECOND GAME IN FROG SERIES 

GOES TO DISCHMEN, 1 1 TO 9 

The second game in the Frog series, played the next day, went to the University when the Dischmen turned 
on the heat in the ninth inning. A tied score was broken when Lloyd Rigby, Steer third baseman, doubled 
to drive in two runs and give Billy Hughes his first Conference victory, 11 to 9. 



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TEXAS TAKES THIRD CONFERENCE 

GAME, DEFEATING S. M. U., 1 3 TO 3 

On April 3, the Longhorns smothered the S. M. U. Mustangs^ 13 to 3/ in Dallas^ making their third straight 
Conference win in as many starts. Rigby led the hitting attack for the Orange and White with three safeties 
in three trips to the plate. S. M. U.'s pitcher^ Dewell, was touched for thirteen runs. 




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LcRoy Westerman of Texas is greeted by a 
committee of Longhorns as he comes into home 
plate. 



John Hill, Longhorn first baseman, stretches for 
the ball. Dusty Boggess is the umpire. 



John Hill scores a run for Texas 



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Zane Lawhon, Texas 
catcher, scoops the ball 
off the ground. 



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Clarence Pfeil of the Longhorns baiting. 
Wilson Smith of Texas reaches first base. 



Longhorn Zane Lawhon is the catcher. A 
T. C. U. player is batting. 



HUGHSON PITCHES 3-HIT GAME 

TO DEFEAT BAYLOR BEARS, 6 TO 1 

Behind three-hit pitching from C. C. Hughson, the Longhorns won their fourth Conference game from the 
Baylor Bears at Clark Field, April 9, 6 to 1. Hughson was in good form, and it was obvious from the first inning 
that his pitching together with the smashing Steer drives would be plenty troublesome to the Baylor boys. 

BAYLOR'S HEAVY HITTING BRINGS FIRST 

CONFERENCE DEFEAT TO THE STEERS, 10 TO 1 

First Conference defeat for Texas came April 10, in the second Baylor game. While heavy Bear hitting chalked 
up ten runs, the Longhorns were handcuffed. Rigby's hit to score in the sixth brought in the only Texas tally. 
Jelly SoRelle, Baylor moundsman, was in top form. 

LONGHORNS INCREASE CONFERENCE LEAD 
BY DEFEATING RICE OWLS, 6 TO 1 

April 15, the Longhorns repulsed the Rice Owls, 6 to 1 at Clark Field, to increase a Conference lead over 
the second place Aggies by one game. Tall pitcher FHughson set the Owls down hard with six hits and a total 
of thirteen strike-outs. The Rice hurling sensation, Mechler, met his first defeat of the season under a barra 
of eight hits from the Texas batters. 



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^I^^^H Lonqhorn Fir't baseman, 

reachej for th» ball but 
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LONGHORNS, WITH HUGHSON PITCHING, 
TROUNCE AGGIES, 7 TO 2 

A pennant-bound Longhorn team stampeded, April 17 at Clark Field, trouncing the Aggies, 7 to 2. Behind 
Four-hit pitching by Hughson, Uncle Billy's boys out-hit and out-played their long-time rivals while Hughson 
chalked up his fourth win as against no losses. 

HUGHSON OUT-PITCHES SORELLE TO GIVE 

LONGHORNS 1 TO VICTORY OVER BEARS 

The Longhorns advanced a step nearer the Conference crown on April 28 in Waco, when they combined 
eleventh inning singles by McMurrey and Munro with Hughson's two-hit pitching to defeat Baylor 1 to 0. The 
game was hard fought all the way, being a pitching duel between Hughson and SoRelle. Strangely enough, 
Hughson ended the game by striking out SoRelle. 

DISCHMEN NOSE OUT RICE OWLS 
i BY CLOSE SCORE, 8 TO 7, IN HOUSTON 

Uncle Billy's men continued to win the close ones when they nosed out the Rice Owls in Houston on April 
30. Another ninth inning rally and the will to fight until the last gun proved again to be two of Texas' best 
qualities. Hughson captured his sixth consecutive win of the season due to the spectacular batting and the 
quick fielding of his colleagues, the boys in Orange and.White. 



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McMurrey 




A New Vorlc Giant warms up for the cxhibrtton 
game in Clark Field between the Giants and the 
Cleveland Indians. 



A Giant is catcher and an Indian is balling. 



Zane Lawhon doing the catching for Texas in 
the T. C. U. game. 



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Lonshorn, is safe at first. 



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Dannina is the New York catcher and Lyn Lary 
is batting for the Cleveland Indians. 



A Giant is on his way to first. Hal Trosky is first 
baseman for the Indians. 



Mel Otl of the Giants is safe on first as Trosky 
stretches for the ball. 



LONGHORNS TAKE THIRD GAME 

FROM RICE OWLS, 1 3 TO 8 

May 1 saw the Rice Owls defeated a third time. This time the score was not so close, 13 to 8. Althoush 
they were out-hit, the Steers were not out-fought, and an apparent Disch-inspired smoothness won the game 
for the Longhorns. 

RAGGED S. M. U. PLAYING GIVES 

TEXAS EASY 12-TO-5 VICTORY 

After being idle a week, the Steers came back on May 6 at Clark Field to take a ragged ball game from;, 
S. M. U., 12 to 5. Six runs on as many hits, and a fist-full of Pony miscues gave the game to Texas. HughsonJ 
pitching for the University, hung up his seventh win for the season. 

MUSTANGS UPSET TITLE HOPES 

BY DEFEATING LONGHORNS, 4 TO 2 

The second Mustang tilt at Clark Field severely dented the Steer pennant aspirations, however, as the Pony 
pitcher, Dewell, was air-tight in the pinches and dropped the Longhorns, 4 to 2. Texas gathered eleven safeties 
to S. M. U.'s six, but nine University batters were stranded on the paths, and a ninth-Inning smash by Charlie 
Haas, with two men aboard, went foul byjnches. 



Bob Moers of Texas 
battins- 




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Longhorn Jacic Conway 
rounds first base. His 
hit brinss in a run. 



AGGIES TAKE FIRMER HOLD 

ON TITLE BY DEFEATING TEXAS, 5 TO 3 

Hughson wasn't quite good enough to stop the Aggies in the first game on their return trip on May IS, and 
A. St M. took the game, 5 to 3, for the Steer pitcher's first loss of the season. The Longhorns drew blood in 
the first and kept their lead until the sixth, when the Aggies staged a rally and forged ahead to win the game. 
Hughson allowed eleven hits while the Steers could count only six. 

LONGHORNS LOSE PENNANT CHANCE 

IN SECOND DEFEAT BY AGGIES, 5 TO 4 

The Longhorns fell out of the pennant chase May 14 at College Station when they blew a 4-to-O lead in the 
first innings and saw an Aggie team come from behind to tie the score in the eighth, and then make the winning 
run in the ninth. 

TEXAS LOSES FINAL GAME 

OF SEASON TO T. C. U. FROGS, 11 TO 7 

Out of the running to A. & M., the Longhorn baseball nine closed their 1937 Conference season May 18 at 
Clark Field by bowing to the T. C. U. Horned Frogs for the fourth straight loss, 11 to 7. The game had no 
effect on the league standing, as Texas had already dropped to second place, where they wound up the season. 



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Jack Conway of Texas 
comes into home plate. 
Vernon McMurrey is 
comins up to bat. 




Bill Terry autograpfis a ball at the exhibition 
same here between the Giants and the Cleveland 
Indians. 



Uncle Billy Disch and Gabby Street, manaser 
of the St. Louis Browns, discuss baseball at Clark 
Field. 



A Longhorn catching before the crowded stands 
at Clark Field. 



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1938 Texas Relays - Summary 



120-yard Hiah Hurdles 

Two Mile Relay 

100-yard Dash 

440-yard Relay 

University Distance Medley Relay 
880-yard Relay 

Sprint Medley 

3,000 Meter Run 



Wolcott, Rice 13.9 (New Record) 

Texas, Second 

Drake 7:59.4 

Texas, Third 

Wolcott, Rice 9.8 

Texas, Fourth 

Texas 42.3 

(Graves, Atchison, Morris, Cox) 

N. T. S. T. C 10:14.4 (New Record) 

Texas 1:27.5 

(Graves, Gatcwood, Morris, Cox) 

Rice 3:29.9 

Halla, Yankton 8:49.7 



One Mile Team Race N. T. S. T. C 4:15.9 

One Mile Relay Rice 3:21.3 

Pole Vault Bryan, Texas 13 feet, ^0H inches 

Shot Put Erwin, T. C. U 48 leet, 5H inches 

Javelin Throw Graham, Texas 218 feet, 5 inches 

High Jump Cox, Texas 6 feet, 2 inches 

Discus Throw Wolfe, Texas 1 43 feet, 2 inches 

Broad Jump Atchison, Texas and 

Hubbard, Minn, (tie) 24 feet, 7^ inches (New 
College Class: Record) 

Medley Relay Howard Payne 3:37.0 

880-yard Relay Oklahoma Baptist 1 :28.7 

One Mile Relay Oklahoma Baptist 3:19.1 (New Record) 



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.ONGHORN TRACK TEAM TAKES 
^ SIXTH STRAIGHT CONFERENCE 

CHAMPIONSHIP 

The 1937 Texas track team, as strons in some respects as any Longhorn 
earn to ever sink its spikes in the cinders of Memorial Stadium, took the 
ield this spring hindered by the loss of a veteran relay squad but with 
lewcomers developing into seasoned timber before their schedule was 
naif done. Creditable showing came during the Texas and the Drake 
delays, but stellar performance climaxed the season when the Steer track 
nen pulled a surprise to nose out Rice for the Southwestern championship. 



TEXAS PLACES THIRD 
IN BORDER OLYMPICS 

On March 2 in the Border Olympics, the first meet of the season, the 
Texas team got off to a bad start, finishing third behind North Texas State 
Teachers and the Rice Owls. The meet was a runaway for the Teachers, 
who made 39 points. Rice was second with 29 and the Longhorns, 
who lost the meet for the first time in five years, trailed with a total of 25. 
Jack Vickrey was the outstanding star for the Steers in the meet, as he 
jumped to a new record 6 feet, 4!-2 inches in the high jump. The old 
mark was 6 feet, 2 inches. 



LONGHORNS SHOW IMPROVEMENT, 

BEATING BAYLOR AND ABILENE 

An improved track team walked off with a triangular meet with the 
Baylor Bears and a surprisingly strong Abilene Christian College squad^ 
March 20 in the Stadium. Texas scored 92,^2 points to 56J'2 for the 
Teachers and 15 for Baylor. The Steer team won all but three firsts, 
losing the one-mile relay, last year's strongest event, and the 120-yard 
high hurdles. The Longhorns redeemed themselves for these losses, 
though, when they tied the Southwest Conference 440-yard relay time 
in exactly 41.8 seconds. 




J. M. Seay jumps for a tie for second place in the pole vault. 
Boyce Gatewood follows Wolcott of Rice in 120-yard high hurdles. 




Reeves 



Thomas 



Wolfe Bj 




MANY SCHOOLS IN 1937 TEXAS 
RELAYS; DRAKE, RICE LEAD FIELD 
IN POINTS 

Through the efforts of such notables as Sam 
Francis of Nebraska, Al Tolmich of Wayne, Don 
Lash of Indiana, and Alton Terry of hIardin-Simmons, 
nine relays records fell here in the Tenth Texas 
Relay on April 3. The Southwest Conference 
took its honors along with the other leading schools 
represented, Rice leading with Drake in the Relays, 
The University of Texas tying in the 880-yard 
relay with the Owls and winning two firsts in the 
broad jump and high jump. 

Jack Vickrey of Texas topped all relay records 
in the high jump at 6 feet, 7 inches, while Jud 
Atchison brought a bigger surprise when he sailed 
23 feet, A}/i inches over the broad jump sandpit 
to win first. More records were broken by Lash 
in the 3,000 meter run, Terry in the javelin throw. 
North Texas Teachers in the college medley, Drake 
in the two-mile relay, Kansas State in the mile team 
race, Ted FHease of LaVernia in the high school 
jump, and Fred Wolcott, freshman from Rice, in the 
junior college 120-yard high hurdles. 



J. M. Scay tries for aredter heights in the pole vault. 
Milo Cox of Texas sets ready for a sprint. 



Fisher 



Pattillo 



Curric 




LONGHORNS WIN 13 OUT OF 16 
PLACES IN QUADRANGULAR 
MEET IN DALLAS 

The University continued in improved form on 
April 10, as it won thirteen out of sixteen first 
places to swamp T. C. U., Baylor, and S. M. U. in a 
quadrangular meet in Dallas. The Longhorns scored 
a total of 99 points to 35 for T. C U. S. M. U. 
was third with 253^ points, and Baylor last with 
213^. High point honors went to hHugh Wolfe, 
who scored 13 points. 



MILE RELAY GIVES LONGHORNS 
66-TO-56 VICTORY OVER AGGIES 
IN DUAL MEET 

Superiority in the sprints gave Coach Clyde 
Littlefield's Longhorn track team a 66-to-56 dual 
track meet victory over the Texas Aggies on April 
13 at College Station, but the Steers had to win 
the mile relay, the last event, to make their victory 
certain. A clean sweep of both places in the 
dashes and a victory in the sprint relay put the 
Longhorns ahead early in the meet, but not ahead 
enough to cinch it. Aggie Mel FHerzik grabbed 
individual scoring honors with 10 points gained in 
both hurdles. 




Wendell Siebert hands the baton to Milo Cox in the medley relay. 
Jud Atchison sets a record in the broad jump at the Texas Relays. 




Hall 



Hartenberser 



Lewis 




INJURIES KEEP TEXAS TRACK 
TEAM FROM USUAL GOOD 
SHOWING AT KANSAS 

On April 17 an injured Texas track team entered 
the Kansas Relays. H. V. Reeves, sprint relay star 
For Texas, injured a leg muscle in the 100-yard 
preliminaries, removing the Longhorns top team 
from the list. Texas placed second in the quarter- 
mile and third in the half-mile relay, and Vickrey 
tied the relay high jump record at 6 feet, 63^ inches. 

Other Texas men who placed were hHugh Graves, 
third in the 100-yard dash, and Atchison, second in 
the broad jump. 



LONGHORNS ENTER ONLY TWO 
EVENTS IN RAINY, COLD DRAKE 
RELAYS 

On April 24 and 25 The University of Texas 
track men entered only two events in a water- 
soaked Drake Relays. Texas came up from the 
South to shiver in a late Northern winter, rain 
splashing the track in front of them, only to be 
nosed out in the quarter-mile relay by the Rice 
Owls, with Michigan State third, Illinois fourth, 
and Kansas, fifth. 

Vickrey failed to beat 6 feet, % inches, placing 
second in the high jump. In the final analysis. Rice 
Institute shared team honors with Wisconsin, Ohio 
State, and Illinois of the Big Ten, Nebraska of the 
Big Six, and Diake of the Missouri Valley. 



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A visiting runner in the Texas Relays smiles as he comes in the winne 
The mile medley relay was a close race. 

Beefus Bryan of Texas sets a new relay record in the pole vault. 
The 100-yard dash. 



Seay 



Morris 



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LONGHORNS DEFEAT RICE 
OWLS, 69 TO 53, IN DUAL MEET IN 
MEMORIAL STADIUM MAY 1 

Texas trackmen took the test and passed it in 
Memorial Stadium on May 1. NVorking hard, the 
Longhorns beat their only dangerous contenders for 
the 1937 Conference Championship, the Rice Owls, 
69 to 53. Bob hiartenberger of Texas, coming up 
fast, took high scoring honors with 11 points. He 
took first in the javelin throw, and two seconds in 
the low and high hurdles. Texas captured the 
mile and the half-mile and Vickrey had no trouble 
in beating the 6 feet, M inch jump mark set by the 
Owl leapers. 



RICE COMES IN FIRST, DEFEATING 
TEXAS AND A. & M. AT COLLEGE 
STATION 

The Rice Owls stamped themselves as undeniable 
favorites to win the Southwest Conference meet 
when they kicked their feathers in the faces of both 
Steers and the Aggies in a triangular meet at College 
Station on May 6. The Owls won ten of sixteen 
first places in the University division, and took nine 
firsts and tied for another in the freshman division. 
The day's outstanding performance saw Gilliam 
Graham, Longhorn freshman, toss the javelin 208 
feet, 4}^ inches. Longhorn first places in the 
varsity division were turned in by Vickrey and Joe 
Greenlee in a tie for the high jump. Nelson hiall 
in the discus, Atchison in the broad jump, and 
Albert Wadsworth in the javelin throw. 




Sam Allen of Oklahoma and Al Tolmich of Wayne in the 120-yard high hurdles, feature 
event of the 1938 Texas Relays. 

Hush Graves of Texas, Foy of Kansas, Varran, D. Brown, and Wolcott of Rice in the 
100-yard dash which was won by Wolcott. 

The Texas Relay Queen nominees. 

Arno Nowotny, Blair Cherry, H. J. L Stark at the Texas Relays. 




Siebert 



Wadsworth 



Graves 




Wendell Siebert of Texas has just taken the baton from Sam Pattillo at the Texas Relays. Pattillo is behind the Kansas man. 



LONGHORNS TAKE SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE 

CHAMPIONSHIP; REEVES HIGH POINT MAN 

On May 15 the University took a Pull-grown rabbit from its hat to beat Rice and win its sixth consecutive South- 
west Conference track championship. The Steers totaled 66 points to 52 made by the Owls. Reeves came out 
to his last meet with a bandaged leg to win the 100-yard dash, anchor his team to a new mark in the sprint relay, 
and take second in the 220-yard dash, the total giving him high point honors for the meet. Jack Vickrey established 
himself once more as the greatest of all Texas high jumpers with a 6 foot, 6H inch leap. Texas took the mile and 
the 880-yard runs, and Jud Atchison, who developed his broad jumping to a high degree last season, captured 
first place with 24 feet, 4 inches. 



TRACK LETTERMEN 



Judson Atchison 
Jack Collins 
John J. Currie 
Gordon H. Fisher 
Hush Graves 
Joe M. Greenlee 
Nelson Hall 
Robert FHartenberger 
H. Wilson Lewis 
Georse C. Morris 
Sam Pattillo 



Fred Lee Ramsdell 
Allen Oncal Reed 
H. V. Reeves, Jr. 
J. M. Scay 
W. T. Siebert 
Remus Thomas 
Edw/in Tottenham 
Jack Vickrey 
Albert Wadsworth 
Hush Wolfe 
H. y. Cartwright, Jr. 
Manaser 



Tottenham 



Collins 





Odum, Gravis, Thompson, Kearney 

Littlefield, Coach; Hill, Scarbroush, Reed, Pattillo, S., Pattillo, J., Thomas, Assistant Coach. 



Cross Country 



The University of Texas cross-country team, under the leadership of Coach Clyde Littlefield won its seventh 
consecutive Southwest Conference title this year, closing an undefeated season. Remus Thomas, former Longhorn 
track star, was assistant coach. 

UNIVERSITY OF SAN ANTONIO 

The University of San Antonio twice met the University harriers this year, and twice were badly beaten. Coach 
Littlefield was satisfied with the warning given to the Southwest Conference in the first meet on October 16 with 
San Antonio when the Texas men turned the victory into a landslide. Sam Pattillo of Texas broke the tape first 
with a time of 12:16.2. Captain Oneal Reed came in as a close second, followed by B. D. Odum and Leo Gravis 
of the University who placed third and fourth respectively. 

Again on October 29 the University of San Antonio met defeat, when Texas won its second meet with a 35-to- 
56 victory. Reed took first honors for the Steers in the 2H nnile run. Sam Pattillo and Odum placed second and 
third. Reed's time was 13:30. 

A. &M. 

The University cross country team continued its unbroken record at College Station on November 4 with a victory 
of 20 to 37. Strother of A. & M. won first place, but Texas placed five men in the next consecutive positions to 
win the meet. Sam Pattillo ran a close second but was unable to compete with the time set by Strother — 13:00.2. 
Odum, Reed, Jesse Thompson, and Gravis placed in their respective positions of third, fourth, fifth, and sixth. 

CONFERENCE MEET 

The University of Texas won the Cross Country title on November 18 at College Station when they took the 
Conference meet with a 23-to-33 victory. Bell of Rice, who placed first in the meet, was not eligible because Rice 
failed to enter a full team. Sam Pattillo, U. T. star, placed second, and Reed and Odum came in third and fourth 
respectively. Reserve lettermen were Leo Gravis and Tom Law. Freshmen numerals went to James Pattillo and 
Forrest Hill. 

1937 LETTERMEN 

Sam Pattillo Allen Oneal Reed B. D. Odum 



Jesse Thompson 



Cecil P. Scarbrough 



Clinton Kearney 



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Mclvin Lapman of New York 
City, a newcomer to the Long- 
horn tennis ranks. Extreme right: 
Paschal Walthal of San Antonio^ 
d mighty fine player. Below: 
Wdlthal reaches for a high one. 




LONGHORN NETTERS HAVE FINE SEASON; 

WIN 1937 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP 

The University oF Texas tennis team went through almost a perfect season in 1937, losing 
only to Tulane. It was due to the driving placements of Bobby Kamrath, the excellent 
coaching of D. A. Penick, and close team cooperation With the captain, Lindsay Franklin, 
that the Longhorns succeeded in making this season one of their best. 

1937 TENNIS SEASON OPENS WITH VICTORY 

OVER EAST TEXAS TEACHERS' COLLEGE 

Prospects looked good for the Longhorns with Kamrath, a sophomore and a mighty good 
tennis player, being one of the outstanding members of the team. Coach Penick's racqueters 
were in top condition when they met the East Texas Teachers' College from Commerce on 
March 19 in their first team play. Steer men won every match from the Teachers without 
the loss of a set. Kamrath made the number 1 position an easy job by defeating P. G. 
Murry, top ranking Lion, 6-2, 6-1, and the rest of the team followed in good order by 
winning their matches, losing no more than three games in any one set. 

LONGHORN NETTERS DEFEAT SAN MARCOS TEACHERS 
ON PENICK COURTS WITHOUT LOSING A MATCH 

On March 23, the Longhorns defeated the San Marcos State Teachers' College on 
Penick Courts and again without the loss of a single match. Captain Franklin, playing number 
1 for the Longhorns, got off to a bad start and lost the first set, but came back to win the 
next two, 6-1, 6-0. 




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Forsgard 
McGinnis 





George Dullntg, letterman 
from San Antonio, scoops a 
bdll from the ground. Extreme 
right: Pdschol Wdlthdl pidys d 
lot of tennis. Below: Edgdr 
Welter, sedsoned player from 
Austin, seems to be having a 
little trouble. 



TULANE TENNIS TEAM MAKES CLEAN SWEEP 

OF FIRST SOUTHWESTERN INTERCOLLEGIATE MEET 

Tulane University's representatives made a clean sweep of the first Southwestern Inter- 
collegiate tennis tournament held in Austin during the Easter holidays, March 27 and 28, 
by defeating the University in both the freshman and varsity divisions. Ernie Sutter defeated 
Franklin in the final, 6-3, 6-3, 6-3. Sutter and Abrams of Tulane fought uphill to the 
doubles championship, defeating Kamrath and George Dullnig of Texas in four sets, 3-6, 
9-7, 6-1, 6-1. The match was decided in the second set when the Tulane team came from 
behind to even the count, taking the set after a bitter fight. More than a dozen schools 
sent teams to the battle, but it was evident from the first that the two finishing teams would 
be Texas and Tulane. 

OKLAHOMA TEACHERS HOLD LONGHORN NETTERS 

TO A TIE ON PENICK COURTS IN LISTLESS MEET 

The Longhorns stumbled for the first time on April 2 when they failed to come through 
in a dual match and were held to a tie by the Central State Teachers from Edmond, Oklahoma. 
The Penick proteges failed to play their usual brand of tennis, as they lost two singles 
matches and a doubles encounter. Orange and White netmen, for the most part, played 
listlessly for the first time this season. 

LONGHORNS TAKE ALL BUT ONE MATCH 

IN OPENING CONFERENCE MEET WITH BAYLOR 

In their first Conference match, April 10, a rallying Longhorn squad took all but one 
singles match from the Baylor University Bears on Penick Courts. The same afternoon 
the Texas freshmen won four singles and two doubles when they defeated the Temple 
Junior College. 



Kamrath 

Murphy 

Wood 





Paschal Walthdi ready to re- 
turn a drive. Below: Walth«l 
and Bobby McGinnis playing 
against Maurice Fincher and a 
partner who didn't come within 
the camera range. 



LEHERMEN 

Lindsay Franklin, Captain 
Ralph Burns 
George Dullnig 
Shirley Forsgard 
Thomas Glenn 
Robert Kamrath 



TEXAS NETTERS SHOW GOOD FORM TO DEFEAT 

SOUTHERN METHODIST MUSTANGS HERE 

Southern Methodist's varsity netters visited Austin on April 14 to meet defeat at the 
hands of a well-trained and well-balanced Longhorn tennis team. Franklin took the measure 
of Joe Mansfield, S. M. U.'s number 1 racqueter, in his stride, losing only three games in 
the match, 6-2, 6-1. Playing In like manner, the rest of the team lost no more than three 
games in any one set. 

TULANE AGAIN DEFEATS LONGHORN NETTERS; 

NEW ORLEANS' LOSS SECOND OF SEASON 

The University went down in defeat a second time to Tulane on April 17 in New Orleans, 
winning only two of six matches. Sutter, Tulane ace, won over Franklin, 6-8, 6-4, 6-3. 
Kamrath defeated Westerfield of Tulane, 6-3, 6-1, and Abrams of Tulane took Edgar Weller 
of Texas, 6-1, 6-2. Dosle of Tulane beat Dullnig of Texas, 7-5, 6-2. Kamrath and Franklin 
paired to beat Sutter and Abrams of Tulane, 2-6, 8-6, 6-4. Westerfield and Chenge of 
Tulane defeated Weller and Dullnig, 6-2, 6-2. 

McGINNIS LEADS LONGHORNS TO SECOND 

VICTORY OVER SAN MARCOS TEACHERS 

On April 20 Bobby McGinnis, sixth ranking varsity man, led the Longhorn second team 
to a decisive victory over the San Marcos Teachers. Although the matches were much 
closer than when the top ranking Longhorns beat the Teachers earlier in the season, the 
Texans won without too much trouble. A repeat match with the San Marcos Teachers 
on April 28 ended with the Steers on top, seven matches to one, the final doubles match 
being called off because of darkness. 



Weller 

Dullnig 

Burns 







Mrj. Johnny van Ryn, 
ndtionAtly-known tennis player, 
«nd James Poole. Below: 
Maurice Fincher has just netted 
« ball. Warren Christner is in 
the near court. 



LEHERMEN 

Robert McGinnii 
R. C. Murphey 
Edgar Weller 
John H. Wood, Jr. 
Grover Keeton, Manager 




TEXAS NETMEN DEFEAT RICE OWLS 

FOR THIRD CONFERENCE VICTORY 

Kamrath was the star of the afternoon when the Texas netmen defeated the Rice team 
on Penick Courts on May 1, winning every match. Kamrath defeated Holden, 6-1, 6-3. 
Franklin defeated Campbill, 6-1, 2-6, 7-5. Weller defeated Ryal, 6-1, 6-4. Dullnig 
defeated Feran, 6-2, 6-0. 

LONGHORNS WIN CONFERENCE MEET IN HOUSTON, 

TAKING BOTH SINGLES AND DOUBLES TITLES 

At the three-day Conference meet in Houston, May 13-15, Kamrath captured the singles 
championship, defeating his colleague, Franklin, in the finals, 6-4, 6-0, 6-0. Franklin 
put up a stubborn fight in the first set, but weakened in the last two sets. Following the 
singles final, Franklin and Kamrath joined forces and won the doubles, to give Texas a 
clean Conference sweep. 

AGGIES SUFFER DEFEAT BY LONGHORN NETTERS 

IN DUAL MATCH AFTER CONFERENCE SEASON 

The Longhorns had little trouble from the Texas Aggies, when they met at College 
Station. This dual meet, which had been postponed four times, concluded the Conference 
season for the Texas team. The Aggies took only one match. Burns, number 5 man, 
led the Steers to a decisive victory by beating his opponent 6-2, 6-3. The rest of the team 
followed in close order, Brauback of Texas being the only man to lose a match. 




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wimming 



This year the 1938 swimming team opened its season with a bright aggregation of 
stars. With the return of most of the regular members of last year's squad, and the 
addition of such stars as Adolph Kiefer, Robert Tarlton, Ralph Flanagan, Mike Sojka, 
Wayne Breneman, Walter hHoffrichter, and Walter Blake, Coach Tex Robertson had 
little doubt, even at the beginning of the year, as to the final outcome of the scheduled 
meets. All his predictions were indeed fulfilled. 

The season opened with the Texas Aquacade on February 9. This meet saw the 
breaking of three records by the Longhorns: Flanagan broke Johnny Weissmuller's 
free style record in the 200-yard event by a time of 1.58; Tarleton broke Lauter's 
records in the 200-meter and the 220-yard events with times of 2:29.5 and 2:30.1, 
respectively. The following night the mile relay record fell to the Texas mermen 
when they came through with a time of 16:20.4, breaking the old Michigan record 
of 16:22.2. Flanagan also broke the ten-year-old 150-yard free style record held 
by Weissmuller, and Tarleton beat the American record in the 100-meter event. 



LETTERMEN 
Thurman Talley, Captain 
Jack Bergfield 
Walter Blake 
Joe Bowling 
Carrol Church 
John Crouch 
Fred Henry 
Walter HoFfrichter 





LETTERMEN 
Bill Morris 
Jack Nendel 
Gilbert Reidland 
Mike Sojka 
Robert Tarlton 
F. C. Wiseman 
Edward Peller, Manager 



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The Steers carried their First meet with a 50-to-28 victory over Tulsa, winning six out of a possible 
nine first places, and swimming in their usual good form. 

Following their victory over the Tulsa swimmers, the University team went north and defeated 
T. C. U. in an exhibition match and also downed the University of Nebraska by a score of 58 to 17 
at Lincoln. Returning home, the team rounded out an undefeated trip by downing the Kansas City 
Athletic Club. 

At College Station on March 5 the Steers justified their hopes for the Conference crown by defeat- 
ing their most able Conference competitors, A. & M. College, with an easy 73-to-20 victory. Five 
Conference marks fell to the University tankers and they won first place in each of the ten events. 

Only when the varsity team went to Rutgers to the National A. A. U. meet in Brunswick, N. J., 
did they meet their first defeat. Notwithstanding their failure to win, the Longhorns gave warning 
that they would threaten national team honors in the future. The Texans did not make the 2,000 
mile trip for nothing,- although they failed to place a man in the finals they scored four points, the first 
ever made by a Texas team in national competition. 

At the Southwest Conference meet in Gregory Gym on April 13, Texas won its seventh consecutive 
Conference swimming title. During the meet six records were broken by Texas mermen. In 
addition to the six Conference marks which fell to the Steers' onslaught. Bob Tarleton turned in a 
national record-breaking lap in the 300-yard medley relay. The University team won the meet and 
at the same time the Conference title by turning in 98H points. A. & M. was second with only 
58J^ points, while S. M. U. was third, and Rice, T. C. U., and Baylor tied for fourth place. 




Welch, Alexander, Fouls, J., Fouts, W., Munger 



Golf 



The 1937 University of Texas golf team enjoyed a successful season, winning thie Conference meet and taking 
second place in tfie Southern Intercollegiate Tournament at Athens, Georgia. 

On April 8 Nelson Hunger was defeated in a tournament at Pinehurst, North Carolina, by Bobby Dunkelberger 
of Greensboro, North Carolina. The score was two up. 

At College Station on April 17, the golf team won three of four singles and split the doubles to defeat A. &M 
four games to two. Simon Alexander, Jack Fouts, and Ward Fouts won the singles, and the two Fouts defeated 
the A. & M. doubles team. 

Texas won second place on April 22 at Athens, Georgia, in the Southern Intercollegiate Golf Tournament. 
The Longhorns piled up 61 3 for the qualifying round, just eight strokes behind Louisiana State University, the winner. 
Alexander tied for fifth with 148. In the individual meet Bill Welch and Alexander went to the semi-finals but 
both were defeated there. 

On May 3, at Houston, Rice golfers defeated the Longhorns by a score of four games to two. Nelson Munger 
was the outstanding player for Texas. 

Bill Welch retained the Southwest Conference golf title on May 1 5 at Fort Worth, turning in a cumulative score 
of 291, six strokes ahead of the nearest contender. The Longhorns also won the Southwest team championship. 

Golf lettermen were Bill Welch, Simon Alexander, Jack Fouts, Ward Fouts, Nelson Munger, and Wayne 
Middleton. FHarvey Penick of the Austin Country Club is golf coach for the University. 



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Governor James 
V. Allred, below, 
takes time out to 
view Fite Nite from 
a ring-side seat. 



J. C. Dolley, above, receives 
medals from Joe Frazar, junior mana- 
ger, to be presented to intramural 
champions. Fatfier J. M. Riach, 
below, boxing judge. 



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Robert Clark, open, sends 
Bob Cunningham, SAE, to the 
canvas in the Fite Nite prelimi- 
naries. 



Dick Ballinger, Phi Gam, crosses 
steel with Sam Greer, open, to win 
the intramural Fencing title. 



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hiarry Askew, open, and Jimmy 
Hunt, Mergele hlouse, twist into a 
j few knots in the wrestling pre- 
liminaries oF Fite Nite. 



In an exhibition oF weight 
liFting on the Fite Nite program, 
Ralph Campbell, above, liFts 250 
pounds above his chest. 



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Bob Townsend and Chester Granville, Delta 
Kappa Epsllon, winners of the intramural tennis 
doubles chimpionship. 




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Newman Club, intramural play- 
ground ball champions. Front row: 
Remus Thomas, Norman Townsen, 
John O'Connell, Hiram Elliott, Jack 
Conway. Standing: Clyde Sansing, 
Daniel Ortego, Glen Parmley, Alvin 
Eqgeling, Bruce Wilson, Clarence 
Pfeil, Wilson Smith. 



Delta Kappa Epsilon, playground 
ball runner-up. Front row: Ed 
Tigner, Harry Holmes, J. W. Mc- 
Cullough, Jack Hubbard, Dave 
Johnson. Standing: Gordon Rountree, 
Iver Bowles, Fred Chambers, John 
Harvey, Johnny Holmes, Roy Beery. 



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Newman Club, intramural touch 
football champions. Front row: 
Donald Wilson, Norman Townsen, 
John O'Connell, Jack Conway, 
J. Q. Snell. Standing: Tommy Reed, 
Fred Everett, Alvin Eggeling, Kirven 
Fields, Albert Blaha, Clyde Sansing. 





District 10, touch football runners-up. Front row: H. S. 
Durham, Dick Dent, Pete Jordan, Horace Hardin. Standing: 
Earl Johnson, F. B. Bain, John Ward, Bob Webb, Hudson 
Anderson, Wilson Lewis. 



Arthur Hoffman and John O'Connell, intramural handball 
singles champions. 




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Milton Curtis, P. E. M.\ 
Club, above, won the^ 
intramural championship in 
handball singles. 



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Above is Charles Ferguson, Delta Tau Delta, intramural 
free-throw champion. 



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Kappa Sigma, top, intramural basketball champions and 
winner over the Engineers of Rice Institute on the Fite Nite 
program. The team,- front row: Kinny Ford, Bob Park, Jack 
Josey; standing: Jim Bivens, Jack Curlin, Bob Coleman. 

Below, Kappa Sig is the Cavalier team, intramural runners- 
up in basketball. I hey are, front row: Jack Nichols, John 
Langerhans, Charles Lee, Clarence Pfeil. Standing; Frank 
Garrison, David Dewhurst, Arne Nelson, W. T. Harris, 
Arthur Pittman. 

hiarris Van Zandt, Beta Theta Pi, left, runner-up in hand- 
ball singles. 



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The Mergele House water polo team, 
above, splashed their way through 
intramural competition to win the 
championship crown. The team, sitting: 
Shirley Blackburn, and H. E. Lindhe; 
back row: Alvin Cowan, Jack Toomey, 
Dorsey Parker, and Louis Haenel. 



Ping-pong champion and finalist, upper 
right. Curtis Clark, left. Pi Kappa 
Alpha, defeated Allen Weatherby, 
right. Rangers, on the Fite Nite program 
for the intramural championship. 



Progressive Czech Club, intramural 
volley ball champions, center. Front 
row: Alvin Marchak, Irvin Pagach, and 
John O'Connell. Second row: Nor- 
man Townsen, Joe Hegar, and Alvin 
Eggeling. Third row, standing: Bill 
O'Connell, Harold Ward, Ted Barton, 
and Frank Horak 



The intramural championship Pro- 
gressive Czech Club handball team, 
right: John O'Connell, Norman Town- 
sen, Robert McKinley, and Eugene 
Rogers. 




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Champions and finalists in intramural 
boxing who furnished Fast action Fite 
Nite from the welters to the heavy- 
weights. 



Upper left: Bob Cunningham, Sigma 
Phi Epsilon, 155-pound champion, and 
Jim Tolleson, Sigma Phi Epsilon, 165- 
pound finalist. 



Above: Joe Barnhart, B Hall, 115- 
pound champion; Alfred Schulman, 115- 
pound finalist; William Leonard, Campus 
Guild, 145-pound champion; and Abe 
Kazan, Newman Club, 125-pound 
champion. 



Center: Charles Sherman, Kappa 
Alpha, 135-pound finalist; Johnny 
Newell, Co-Op No. 1, 135-pound 
champion; Ray Wallis, open entry, 
heavyweight champion; and David 
Crockett, open entry, heavyweight 
finalist. 



Lower left: Robert Clark, open entry, 
155-pound finalist; Sherard Sorenson, 
Tejas Club, 165-pound champion; 
Walter Weaver, Co-Op No. 2, 175- 
pound finalist; and Pearce Johnson, 
open entry, 175-pound champion. 



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No sporting program is complete 
without the wrestling artists. Champions 
and finalists decided Fite Nite. 



Upper left: Penn Jones, Blomquist 
Swedes, 125-pound champion. 



Above: Richard Ballinger, Phi Gamma 
Delta, winner of the fencing champion- 
ship. 



Upper center: Walter Sellers, L. C. D., 
135-pound champion; George Mc- 
Culley, open entry, 135-pound finalist; 
John Geer, open entry, heavyweight 
finalist; Don Williams, open entry, 
heavyweight champion. 



Lower center: Harry Askew, open 
entry, 145-pound finalist; James Hunt, 
Mergele House, 145-pound champion; 
Waller Weaver, Co-Op No. 2, 175- 
pound finalist; and Walter Kalteyer, B. 
Hall, 175-pound champion. 



Lower left: Ray Kingsbury, open entry, 
125-pound finalist; W. A. Williams, 
open entry, 155-pound champion; 
Maurice Kleinman, Tejas Club, 165- 
pound finalist; and Roberto Zambrano, 
B. Hall, 115-pound champion. 



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Here are the 1937-38 members of the 
six University of Texas Sports Associa- 
tion skill clubs. These girls must pass 
membership requirements each year and 
hold meetings every Wednesday. Turtle 
Club had Elizabeth Baker as leader and 
Margaret Hodgins as sponsor. Jane 
Brainard was leader of Bovj and Arrow 
and Thelma Dillingham, sponsor. Mary 
Jane Allison led Bit and Spur, and Anna 
hJiss and Tolley Williamson were 
sponsors. Racket Club leader, Josephine 
Polk, worked with Sheila O'Gara as 
sponsor. Tee Club was led by Frances 
Preston with Clara Rausch as sponsor, 
and Orchesis had Leah Nathan for 
leader and Mar/ McKee"as sponsor. 






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Middle picture: Anne Fleming 
and Dorothy Baldridge, right, de- 
feated Jean Holeman and Sue Jo 
Roberts in deck tennis. 



Below: They also defeated 
Dorothy Kreiter and Lillian 
Seeliger in badminton. 



Right: Marjorie Murray and 
Evelynne Schriewer, tennis dou- 
bles runners-up; Edith Fordtran 
and Ann Dabbs, winners. 



Below: Austex basketba 
winners. 




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Archery finalists: Jane Brainard, 
rene Olsen, and Edith Hardey. 



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Posture winners: Ray Pearl 
Wood, Jane Loomis, Glenn 
Appling. 







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Editor's Note 



These notes written by the Editor to recognize the work that has gone into the book by the staff, engraver, printer, 
and others, should be written by the Business Office. A very fine book could have and would have been issued 
if the student body had forgotten to elect an editor. However, since this is not the case, there are some we would 
like to mention because of their outstanding contributions. 

Frankie Welborn did very nearly all of the work. She compiled copy, read proof, and managed the staff. She 
was aided by a very capable and industrious set of volunteer workers. 

The Cactus was built by skilled workmen and to them go the credit for the appearance. 

The Steck Company did the printing and the binding, L. K. Smith Company made the cover, Wallace Engraving 
did the black and white work, Paralta Studios did the studio portraits, and Wilbur Seiders did most of the informal 
pictures of faculty members and outstanding students. 

We are proud of the book and especially of two things: The paintings collected by Samuel Gideon and engraved 
by R. R. Donnelly and Sons, and for the omission of the Grind Section. This step, one that editors have wanted 
to make for many years, was made possible this year when the Grind was virtually outlawed by the Board of 
Publications. 



THE STAFF 



Administration Section Tom Taylor 

Fraternity Section . . . . . . . Everett Shirley 

c ■, r .■ JMavournee Fitzgerald 

borority section i a n i r 

(.Ann Eldyss Jarratt 

{Elizabeth Niggli 
Mary Myles Mitchell 
Virginia Freeman 

Athletics . Rex Walker 

Publications . Charles Petet 

Fine Arts .J. Olcutt Sanders 

1,1 /H. F. Dodge 

Intramurals Ii \/ n 

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OF CONTINUED SERVICE TO THE STUDENTS 
OF THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS 



B oks - Stationery 
School Supplies 




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"The Student's Own Store' 



2246 GUADALUPE STREET 



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carbroogli&Son 



SCARBROUGH'S 
IS A "SPECIALTY" 
DEPARTMENT STORE 

devoted to the well-dressed 
people of all ages .... but 
specializing in fashion ap- 
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crowd. 



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Main Building, Centerpiece of the University, Seen at Night 
from Memorial Fountain 



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\ J (^his Store and its predecessor have 

had the pleasure of serving the Stu- 
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for over fifty years. The business 
has been built and maintained 
through prompt, efficient and cour- 
teous service, and by featuring at 
all times the finest quality, newest 
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$12,000,000.00 



OFFICERS 

Wm. H. Folts ------- President 

Morris Hirshfeld ----- -Vice President 

T. H. Davis - - Vice President 

C.M.Bartholomew- - - - . -Vice President and Cashier 

S. B. RoBERDEAu Assistant Cashier 

Leffler Corbitt Assistant Cashier 

C. C. Campbell Assistant Cashier 

Dennis Macken Assistant Cashier 



J. R. Reed 
C. B. Cook 

R. C. GOETH 
R. W. FiNLEY 



DIRECTORS 

Ireland Graves 
Jno. C. Ross 
Wm. H. Folts 
Morris Hirshfeld 



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Ike D. White 

C. M. Bartholomew 

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U. S. Government Depositary 



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Forty-eight Years of Service and Protection 



H. A. Wroe --------- Chairman of Board 

E. R. L. Wroe -------- President 

L. J. Schneider -------- Vice President 

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L. D. Williams -------- Cashier 

W. W. Shropshire ------- Assistant Cashier 

Gordon Smith -------- Assistant Cashier 

EiNER JuuL - - - - Assistant Cashier 

W. R. Long^ Jr. -------- Assistant Cashier 

Ben M. Brigham ------- Assistant Trust 

Officer 



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A. C. Bull 
W. S. Drake, Jr. 
Theo. Low 



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Theo. P. Meyer 
J. R. Nichols 
L. J. Schneider 



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E. R. L. Wroe 
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and the Fitting of Glasses 



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Growing with the Capital 
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OFFICERS 

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Chemistry Building, with the Power 
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logical Laboratory was constructed 
in 1923 at a cost of $384,113.87. The 
Physics Building was constructed in 
1932 at a cost of $455,368.66, while 
the Chemistry Building was built in 
1929 at a cost of $853,173.59. All 
three of thess buildings are of Span- 
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FROM 

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To THE 1938 Graduates 

We Extend Best. Wishes 

for Success 




The 

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Capital 
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f3,250,000.00 
2,000,000.00 



Houston,, Texas 



Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. 



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o\>^ers Jl lastenng 

Houston 
Texas 



V^o. 



V^nas. (jT. Jdleyne OC i^o. 



Air Conditionin 



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Houston, Texas 



1 ork ice JWacnmery 
Corporation 

AIR CONDITIONING 
REFRIGERATION 

Offices in: 

Houston (Texas Headquarters), 

Dallas, Fort Worth, 

San Antonio, El Paso 



YORK 



Headquarters for 
Mechanical Cooling 
Since 1885 



We are grateful for the privilege given us 

of making the several installations 

in The University of Texas 



Page 468 



FIRST NATIONAL BANK 

IN 

HOUSTON 



C2.II® 



RESOURCES 57 MILLION DOLLARS 

Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 



American 

-Litle Lriiaranty V^o. 

rxarris L^ounty Abstract V^o. 

Henry B. Breaker 

Niels Esperson Bldg. Houston, Texas 



RADIO STATION 

Kxy z 

Houston, Texas 



«=]nc=o 



News — Sports — Popjilar Music 



Compliments 



<=anc=^ 



HOUSTON OIL COMPANY of TEXAS 



CiEO. A. Hill, Jr., Preside}} t 



Pa^iC ^6g 



HUMBLE 



As a Texas institution, we extend to the class of 1938 our best 
^vishes for success as they graduate into the larger world of business 
and professional life. May you, like your predecessor classes at The 
University of Texas, contribute to the greater glory of Texas, the chief 
wealth of which is not in its rich endowment of natural resources, but 
in its many splendid men and women. 

HUMBLE OIL & REFINING COMPANY 

A Texas Instihilion Manned by Texans 









Tke 



Xvice JrLotel 

FOR A QUARTER CENTURY 

Headquarters 

for 

The University of Texas 

Students and Exes 

in 

Houston 

XV. Jjruce Charter 

(TEXAS EX) 

Manager. 



Page 470 




TOPS 

IN PHOTOGRAPHY! 

BE IT PORTRAITURE 

ARCHITECTURAL PHOTOGRAPHY 

OR CINEMATOGRAPHY 

PARALTA STUDIOS 



2510 GUADALUPE ST. 



AUSTIN, TEXAS 



Page 471 



ikJi'TiHa 




§^ yjojJL diavsL GOOD EYES, fihobidL 
JhmL-9i^ TboL, DONT NEGLECT THEM 




• Nearly every child has 
normal eyesight, but when 
eyes are used more and more 
for reading and studying, 
their efficiency is decreased. 
If eyes are used under poor 
lighting conditions, perma- 
nent damage may result. 

One of the surest ways to 
avoid unnecessary strain on 
the eyes is to have the right 
kind of glareless light when 
reading, studying or doing 
any other task that requires 
close use of the eyes. The 
new I. E. S. Better Sight 
Lamps are scientifically de- 
signed to provide the proper 
kind of light for safe seeing. 



Texas Electric Service Company 




TEXAS UNION 

Built in 1932 at a cost of 
of $391,299.92; style of 
architecture, Spanish Ren- 
aissance ; materials, lime- 
stone and rubble. Exterior 
decorations include the em- 
blems of the major schools 
and departments of the Uni- 
versity. Houses offices of the 
Ex-Students' Association, 
the Union management, and 
student organizations. The 
ball rooms, dining facilities, 
and lounges attract students 
to this social center of the 
University. 



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a Greater University 



Compliments of 



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ommerce Kj ompan 



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ipany 



xlouston, 1 exas 



Jesse H. Jones 



Page 474 






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MEN - MATERIAL 
MACHINERY 

The "Three Ms" are responsible 
for the world's advancement and 
certainly "Men" takes precedence 
over Material and Machinery. 

The entire country should feel 
prcud of Its University of Texas — • 
because it moulds men. 

Hughes Tool Company 
Houston, Texas 



■ ^^•i;#|^5Pjy "i*r- Fs^^^f 




Better Living 

At Tour Fingertips 

Better living today is the total of mod- 
ern comfort, convenience and leisure at 
home and shorter working hours and 
less manual labor in industry. 

These are advantages afforded by the 
modern gas and electric services ren- 
dered by this Company. 



Oan Antonio 
-Lublic Oervice L-o. 



Look Forward X- 
Angel . . . 




... to the making of yourself an al- 
ways interesting person . . . flawlessly 
groomed and perfectly dressed in fash- 
ions chosen from Frost's finer collections. 
Here are dedicated nicer making and 
inspired styles toward the glorification 
of Texas collegiennes. 



% 



(Sizes: 9's to ll's and 12's to 20's) 



San AntoniOj Texas 



HOGG MEMORIAL 
AUDITORIUM 

Built in 1932 at a cost 
of $204,381.87; style of 
architecture, Spanish Ren- 
aissance, modern theatre. 
Materials, limestone and 
shell stone. Exterior deco- 
rations include masks repre- 
senting Comedy, Tragedy, 
and Pan, representing 
Music. This auditorium, 
with its seating capacity of 
1,300, serves as a center for 
the theatrical activities of 
the University. This model 
theatre contains an elabo- 
rate lighting switchboard, 
spacious dressing rooms and 
lounges, property room, and 
fully equipped projection 
room. 



When 

In 

Fort Worth 

Visit 

THE 




BLACKSTQNE 



FORT WORTH'S HOTEL 




OF CHSTINCTION 



Page 477 



Jjelore 
Cyraouation 




They Satisfy 



^TT^rnfiTTTlR 



5 CoHumiutt Vfuuf StefvUL 



MANY OF TEXAS' BEST 
DRESSED MEN WEAR 
REYNOLDS-PENLAND 
CLOTHES . . . 

We consider it a triljute 
to the quality of Reynokls-Penland clothes 
and to our ability to interpret style in young 
men's clothes, that so many "Texas" men 
of the past and present come to Reynolds- 
l^enland for their clothes. We deeply ajjpre- 
ciate every courtesy . . and pledge ourselves 
anew to a continuance of our policy of 
Quality and Style in young men's clothes. 

Welcome, ahoays, to your 
Dallas headquarters! 




DALLAS 



«li 



OLD MAN TEXAS 
TURNS A LEVER 




Courtesy of John Knott and Dallas News-Journal 

AND RUNS AN EMPIRE WITH 
NATURAL GAS 

From running a cotton gin to baking a cake, 
Texas runs with cheap natural gas in hun- 
dreds of towns, even its smallest towns. And 
when you make your careers after finishing 
school, you will find it highly useful in your 
business and home. 



LONE STAR GAS CO. 

Producers and Transporters of Natural Gas 



After 
(graduation 




T/iey Satisfy 



nnnnfirifi& 



5 CoHViniutt Dfuui ftouA. 



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AIN AT RUSK 




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"One of Atncrira's 

Re ally i'ine 

Stores" 

Devoted exclusive- 
ly to furnishing of 
smart apparel and 
accessories for 
Men, for Wonicii 
and Children. 

Consistently care- 
ful, extremely cau- 
tious, ever vigilant 
that nothing shall 
enter stock that 
does not reflect 
credit on the 
name of .Sako- 
witz! 



HOUSTON 



Wolff & M 



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of 
San Antonio 

are in keeping 
M^itn tne 

ijpirit ol 1 oiitn 

Wolff k Marx is becoming comjjletely re- 
juvenated . . . we're regaining the lost sjjirit 
of youth . . . we propose to stay young so 
that we can keep abreast of the younger gen- 
eration. The youth movement holds sway 
throughout the store . . . we've shops special- 
ly dedicated to youth and their many needs. 
■Young modes timed to the tempo of the day 
which demands action. 

May AV'c express our hc'arty 

and sincere Congratulations 

to the Class of '38! 



TEXAS STATE 
HOTEL 

IN HOUSTON 

becomes the natural and logical placj 
for Texas U. Students to head{]uarter 
when visiting this city. 

More Comforts, More Conveniences 

Houston's Newest, Most Modern 

Down Town Hotel 




917-19-21 Main Street 
Houston, Texas 



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"The Largest Store In The Largest State" 
Established In 1873 it became part of the 
pioneer life of Texas. Today, having grown 
and prospered with its State, it is rated 
among America's leading store. 



JOSKE'S 

SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS 



joskcs Salutes Youl 



You have attained a Pine distinction . . . sradu- 
ating from your school. We congratulate you 
and hope your efforts of the future will attain 
other goals equally fine. ♦ Success depends 
on useful service . . . that's been our experi- 
ence for nearly three-quarters of a century. 
♦ To serve you ... to be at your command 
. . . shall be our pleasure. We hope to earn 
your good will as we have won the esteem 
of generations before you, through useful 
service ... In San Antonio since 1873. 



ARCHITECTURE BUILDING 

Built in 1932 at a cost of $281,- 
822.85; style of architecture, 
Spanish Renaissance; materials, 
limestone and shell stone — ex- 
terior decorations include archi- 
tectural fragments, Texas shield, 
and pay tribute to four great 
architects, Ictinus, Vitruvius, 
Palladio, and Goodhue. Houses 
the Department of Architecture 
with its administrative offices, 
library, drafting rooms, draw- 
ing studio, and exhibition rooms. 



THE GUNTER HOTEL 



SAN ANTONIO 




Page 481 





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Depression or No Depression 



MFAtr? INTANT PltT MATTRlAlS 
ARt AOXTRTISFnO 

NO FTFmNG nmrcnoNP a« 

TPAIIE PACtTACrS • INFORMATit 

RiCAnn TO rrfDiNc i6 supplied 

I TO THE MOTHrfi BV WIIITTEN 
\ INSTRUCnOVS reOM HFB DOCTOR , 
A WHO CMANCrF THt rrr,niNG5 / 
\\ moM TIMF TO TlMt TO MEET / 
^V THE NLTRmONAL REQLnRE- /> 
\\ MFNTE or THE GKC"'"^ ''' 
\\ ENFANT' LITERATL 

NlSIItnONl.YTO y 

PHYSICIANS, yy 




ill good limes 
(Did in bad 

SERVAMUS 
FIDEM . . . 

"We are 

Keeping the 

Faith" 



(1) Numerous activities in the direction ol 
keeping infant feeding in the physician's 
hands (example, pidjlic educational ads which 
have been published before and during the 
depression). (2) No public advertising of 
Mead Product. (3) No dosage directions or 
formulae to laymen. 

MEAD, JOHNSON &: CO. 

EvANSViLLE^ Indiana^ U. S. A. 

Pioneers in Vitamin ResearcJi 



(^jn) 



TEXAS UNION PATIO 

The Union Patio, situated on the 
northeast side of the $391,299.92 
Union Building, serves as a beauty 
spot on the campus as well as a recre- 
ational and dining center. Opening 
on the ground floor are the entrances 
to the Commons, fountain room, main 
dining room, and lobby. The sun 
porch of the main lounge overlooks 
the Patio from the second floor. 



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COMPLIMENTS 
TO 

Graduating Class 
of 1938 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

PURITY CREAMERY CO., INC. 



Compliments of 

TEXAS CONSUMERS COMPANY 



COMMUNITY CASH MARKET, Inc. 

Where Qitality Counts 



PnoNK 4221 



2621 Markkt St. 




C. & C. COMPANY 
Wholesale Grocers 



Phonk 6221 



2226-28 AvKNUK B 



ScHREiBER & Miller Furniture Co. 

Complete Home Furnishers 

G. E. Radios and Hot Point Rp:frigkratork 

Your Credit Is Good 2318 Market St. 



DELL OSSO'S 

Ca.sii and Carry Grockry and Market 

Fish and Oysters 

Fraternity Business Solicited and Appreciated 

Phonk 612 2027 N. 



Page 4S3 




\ 



Soon you'll enter a new world . . . the busi- 
ness world. Soon the happy, carefree 
schooldays will be just a memory. But, the 
pleasure of solid comfort and a friendly 
atmosphere will always be yours when 
you stop at . . . 

Affiliated NATIONAL HOTELS 



ALABAMA 

THOMAS JEFFERSON Binningham 

ILLINOIS 

HOTEL FAUST Rockiord 

LOUISIANA 

JUNG HOTEL New Orleans 

HOTEL DESOTO New Orleans 

MISSISSIPPI 

HOTEL RIVIERA Biloxj 

NEW MEXICO 

HOTEL CLOVIS Clovis 

OKLAHOMA 

OKLAHOMA BILTMORE Oklahoma Cily 

HOTEL HUBER Muskogee 

HOTEL BELMONT Okmulgee 

HOTEL SAPULPA Sapulpa 

HOTEL ALDRIDGE Wewoka 

TEXAS 

STEPHEN F. AUSTIN Austin 

HOTEL SETTLES Big Spring 

HOTEL BROWNWOOD Brownwood 

HOTEL SOUTHERN Brownwood 

HOTEL LACUNA Cisco 

HOTEL CLIFF TOWERS DaUas 

HOTEL DONNA Donna 

HOTEL CORTEZ El Paso 

HOTEL TEXAS Fort Worth 

HOTEL BUCCANEER Galveston 

HOTEL JEAN LAHTTE Galveston 

CORONADO COURTS Galveston 

MIRAMAR COURT Galveston 

HOTEL CAVALIER Galveston 

HOTEL LUBBOCK Lubbock 

HOTEL FALLS Marlin 

HOTEL GHOLSON Ranger 

HOTEL CACTUS San Angelo 

ANGELES COURT San Antonio 

VIRGINIA 
HOTEL MOUNTAIN LAKE Mt Lake 



HOST TO 



National Hotels 



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g 



THE NATION 



NATIONAL HOTELS 



NURSES' UNIFORMS 

CAPES 

COATS 

ACCESSORIES 
CATALOG ON REQUEST 

BRUCK'5 

xSlurses Outlitting Co. Inc. 

17 No. State St. Chicago, III. 



Malloy & 5on 

Funeral Directors 

Broadway at Thirty-first 
Galveston, Texas 



Compliments of 

PLANTOW5KY'5 

Galveston's Most Progressive 

Furniture Store 

Phone 4378 Corner 23rd and C. 



LOUI5 V. iSCHEMBRE 

Wliolesale and Retail Dealer in 

GROCERIES, FRUITS, VEGETABLES 
FISH AND OYSTERS 

Prop. Joseph H. Schembre 

312 20th St. Telephone 474 



L 



evy 



JH 



ome 



J uneraJ 

Since 1868 
FUNERAL DIRECTORS 

Frigidoire Cooled Wiirlitzer Pipe Organ 

Broadway at 22nd Street Phone 8292 




Compliments of 



REX LAUNDRY 




Page 4S4 



W. L. MOODY ^ CO. 

' BANKERS 

(Unincorporated) 
Established 1866 

Where Your Interest Is 
Our Interest 

Galveston Texas 


Use MODFJ. Milk 

IT'S BETTER 

Telephones 6122-6123 
2327 Avenue G 


Walgreen Urug Otore 

Drugs with a Reputation 
2202 Post Office Street Galveston, Texas 

FREE MOTORCYCLE DELIVERY 

Phones 742-743 ' 


Established 1881 

Kahn & T .evy 

Furniture, Radios and Floor Coverings 
Complete Line of Draperies 
' Norge Electrical Refrigerators 

2117 Church Street 

Phone 3403 

• 

Galveston Texas 


You'll Enjoy Shopping in 

A FRIENDLY STORE 

That's Why Galveston Folks 
Tell You They 

5kop at EIBAND^ 

The Big Department Store 


< 

Axnttxtmx 5fattonal Insxtranr^ Co. 

GALVESTON, TEXAS 

W. L. Moody, Jr., President 

A Well Diversified Line of Modern Policy Contracts, Including Juvenile 

Policies, Retirement Income Policies, Salary Savings and All Types 

of Annuities, Enable Our Representatives to Render the Insuring 

Public the Best in Life Insurance Service 

For Further ( Will H. Ford, Gen'l Agt 918 American Nat'l Bldg., Phone 1409 

Particulars } E. C. Northen .501 American Nat'l Bldg., Phone 57 

Address: { C. E. Nelson, Supt. Ind. Agcy. . . 20.5 American Nat'l Bldg., Phone 1063 



Page 4Ss 



Vj-alve5ton 
JVLooel -Laundry 



SA^ITONE 



CLEANING 

Phone 6200 2502 Church St. 



Coinpliments of 



iexas V^lean 



ers 



LELSZ DUTCH GARDENS 

Flowers for All Occasions 

WE TELEGRAPH FLOWERS 

Special Student Corsage and Boutonniere, $1.00 

1109 Ave. J Galveston 



OSCAR SPRINGER 

Printing — Binding — Stationery 

Commeticement Invitations 

2121-2123 Strand Galveston, Texas 



The American Printing Company 

Lithographers, Engravers, Printers, Bookbinders, 

Stationers, OfRce Supplies, Furniture and 

Filing Equipment 

GALVESTON TEXAS 

201 S MARKET ST. 



MARTINELLI BROTHERS 

Makers or 
"MOTHER'S QUALITY BREAD" 

3601 Ave. H Phone 2336 



Compliments of 

BART LUMBER COMPANY 



SAM J. WILLIAMS, INC. 

The Store For Men — Where Medical Men Meet 
2105 POST OFFICE 



DEMAND 

Crrauffnaro s Jjreao 



rraugnart 



CENTRAL DRUG STORE 



We Deliver 



Phone 4191 



"Good to the Last Bite" 

Stays Fresh Longer 

1227 Avenue L Phone 54 



GARBADE'S PHARMACY 

American National Insurance Building 
Phones 451-452 Galveston, Texas 



KNAPP'S ELOWER SHOP 

Fi owERS FOR All Occasions 
Phone 2947 4105 Ave. O 



QUEEN BARBER SHOP 

Your Favorite Shop 

407 21st Street Phone 7782 

Leackoy — Lekty — Rees — S.mith 



DEMACK & CO. 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 
FRUITS AND PRODUCE — FISH and OYSTERS 
1928 Ave. D Galveston, Texas 



W itAver Otudio 

OFFICIAL CACTUS PHOTOGRAPHERS 

PORTRAITS COMMERCIAL HOME PORTRAITS 

Make Our Studio Your Downtown Headquarters 
C. F. WiTWER, Proprietor 

Telephone 1137 GALVESTON, TEXAS 2112'^ Avenue E 



Page 4S6 



I 



THE CACTUS 

PROUDLY ANNOUNCES A RECORD 
CIRCULATION FIGURE FOR 1938 

An All-American Yearbook 
keeping step with 

The Greater University of Texas 



HARRY C. WEEKS 



Sinclair Bldg. 



R. B. CANNON 
Lawyers 



Ft. Worth, Texas 



Wichita Falls 



E, C. DeMONTEL 

Attorney at Law 



Texas 



Compliments 
of 

W. F. FINCK 

Public Accountant and Auditor 

Offices: Rosenberg City Hall 

Rosenberg, Texas 



The 
Citizens National Bank 



OF 

TYLER 

"Since 1900" 



Page 487 



J. M. Burford 
Frank M. Ryburn 
Robert B. Hincks 



Allen Charlton 
Logan Ford 



Frank M. Ryburn, Jr. 
Sam P. Burtord 



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■ t 



BURFORD, RYBURN, HINCKS & CHARLTON 



Attorneys at Law 



Intkrurban Building 



Dallas, Texas 



R. J. Boyls 



J. D. Wheeler 



R. N. Gresham 



Robert W. B. Terrell H. M. Parker 



BOYLE, WHEELER, GRESHAM & TERRELL 



Attorneys at Law 



San Antonio, Texas 



Howard Templeton S. J. Brooks Clinton G. Brown Wilbur L. Matthews Harper Mactarlane 

(deceaskd) Walter P. Napier W. F. Nowlin Clinton G. Brown, Jr. 

BROOKS, NAPIER, BROWN & MATTHEWS 



Alamo National Building 



Attorneys at Law 



San Antonio, Texas 



M. W. Terrell 

Dick O. Terrell (1933) 

J. R. Davis 



J. C. Hall 
Ross Madole 



E. W. Clemens 
A. V. Knight 
Theo. F. Weiss 



TERRELL, DAVIS, HALL & CLEMENS 



South Texas Bank Building 



Attorneys at Law 



San Antonio, Texas 



A. H. BRITAIN 



Attorney at Law 
Hamilton Building Wichita Falls, Texas 



A. H. Carrigan 
Luther Hoffman 



Joe B. Carrigan 
J. E. Piothro 



CARRIGAN, HOFFMAN & CARRIGAN 



Attorneys at Law 

Hamilton Building 

Wichita Falls, Texas 



Page 



O. 0. Touchstone 
John N. Touchstone 
Allen Wight 
J. W. Gormley 
Hobert Price 



Henry W. Strasburger 
Philip L. Kelton 
Robert B. Holland 
Lucian Touchstone 
Claude R. Miller 



Clifford Jackson 
Hamlett Harrison 
James Sheerin 
Eugene J. Wilson 
Mark Martin 



Touchstone, Wight, Gormley & Price 



Attorneys and Counselors 



Magnolia Building 



Dallas, Texas 



Wm. Thompson 
Wm. R. Harris 
Wm. C. Thompson 
Adair Rembert 
Lewis M. Dabney, Jr. 
Sol Goodell 
Theodore F. Morton 



R. E. L. Knisht, 186-5-1936 
Geo. S. Wright 
Thos. A. Knight 
Marshall Thomas 
Dwight L. Simmons 
Benjamin F. Vaughn, Jr. 
W. A. Rembert, Jr. 
(|f|l| John W. Rutland, Jr. 



Rhodes S. Baker 
Alex F. Weisberg 
J. Hart Willia 
Pinkney Grissom 
Harold F. Thompson 
James E. Henderson 
Rhodes S. Baker, J;. 



THOMPSON, KNIGHT, BAKER & HARRIS 



Republic Bank Building 



Attorneys and Counselors 



Dallas, Texas 



Ralph W. Malone, '14 
William Lipscomb, '16 



Curtis White, '23 



George E. Seay, '32 
Jack Plunkst, '37 



MALONE, LIPSCOMB, WHITE & SEAY 



Attorneys and Counselors 



Southland Life Building 



Dalla.s, Texas 



H. L. Bromberg 
Paul Carrington 
S. M. Leftwich 
W. C. Gowan 



G. W. Sohmuckar 
P. B. Carroll 
B. G. Habberton 
Wiley Johnson 



H. L. Brombeig, Jr. 
I. J. Walker 
M. D. McCloud 
W. L. Leeds 



Bromberg, Left\vich, Carrington & Go\van 



Attorneys 



Magnolia Building 



Dallas, Texas 



Page 4S9 



Compliments 



THOMPSON & BARWISE 

Attorneys at Law 
Fort Worth Texas 



Thos. R. James, '11 Geo. M. Conner E. E. Sanders, '29 

Allen Conner, '37 
Calhoun Anderson 



JAMES and CONNER 

Attorneys and Counselors 
W. T. Waggoner Building Fort Worth, Texas 



Edwin T. Phillips Joe E. Estes Gladys Shannon 

David B. Trammell Clayton L. Orn Edwin T. Phillips, Jr. 

Haynie E. Edwards Kenneth H. Jones Hugh M. Patterson 

Phillips, Trammell, Estes, Ed\vards and Orn 

Attorneys at Law 
Fort Worth Jefferson 



A. C. Wood (1909) Newton Gresham (1930) John W. Martin 

Wright Morrow (1915) M. S. McCorquodale (1924) Jno. C. Williams (1928) 

George P. Murrin (Notre Dame, 1928) 

WOOD & MORROW 

Attorneys at Laio 

Shell Building 

HOUSTON, -::- TEXAS 



Page 490 



INDEX 



NAMES 



PAGES NAMES 



PAGES NAMES 



PAGES NAMES 



PAGES 






Adnes, Amy Harriet 168 

Abbott, Frank 160 

Abernathy, Helen 213 

Aberson, Albert Doran 160 

Able, Luke W 106 

Abney, Anna 229 

Abramson, Alfred 39 

Abshire, Robert Vincent 160 

Adams, Alice Mary 45, 180 

Adams, Bonnie 168 

Adams, Charles 265 

Adams, Emma Lee 1 20 

Adams, F.J 294 

Adams, Fred 71, 183 

Adams, H. Thomas 120, 279 

Adams, JoeK 39, 259 

Adams, Josephine 150, 288, 291 

Adams, June ■ 21 3 

Adams, Lillian 42, 

120, 221, 282, 295, 303, 304, 387 

Adams, Margaret 306 

Adams, Ruth 160 

Addison, F. W 52, 54, 120 

Aden, Elizabeth 229, 370 

Aderman, Billie 168 

Adkins, Willelenc 203 

Adoue, Bertrand 10, 255 

Adriance, Carolyn 108, 223 

Adsit, Ann 168, 209, 313 

Asee, Myrtle Ratchford 120, 313 

Agnew, Norman 279 

Agnor, Martha 229 

Anigrimm, James 279 

Akin, Edwina 194 

Akins, Grace 194 

Ainsworth, John 257 

Ainsworth, William 109 

Alamia, Jose Roman 1 50, 308 

Albert, Mayo W 106 

Alberts, Bertha Janet 1 50 

Albrecht, Elenora 89, 120, 312 

Albrecht, Ruby Mae 168 

Alcaldt, Th« 183 

Alcorn, James Munrex 160 

Aldred, Jack 245 

Aldred, Val Jean 199, 227, 299 

Aldredge, Sawnie Robertson 251 

Alexander, Anna Pearl 229, 314 

Alexander, Chester Ray 150 

Alexander, Dixie 204, 370 

Alexander, Ernest 1 08 

Alexander, Irvin 237 

Alexander, Jacolyn 207, 311 

Alexander, Margaret Sealy 168 

Alexander, Mavis Elise 160 

Alexander, Neil K 160 

Alexander, Olive 215 

Alexander, Pericles 41 , 1 81 

Alexander, Ruth 225 

Alexander, Simon 40, 267, 434 

Alexander, Virginia 229 

Alexander, William Polk 251 

Alford, Starley F. M 53, 

54, 276, 277 

Alger, Bettie 227 

Allardyce, Robert Edward Lee 257 

Allbright, William Chester 120 

Allday, T. E 15 

Allen, Ann Temple ■ 38, 

223, 295, 303 

Allen, Archie Ray 10 

Allen, Carol 63 

Allen, Charles 68, 160 

Allen, Corrie 89 

Allen, Elma 223, 300 

Allen, Ernest, Jr 120, 273 

Allen, Floyd 253 

Allen, Hervey 202 

Allen, Mary Charlotte 120, 193 

Allen, Sam 425 

Allen, Wilma 42 

Allen, Winnie 17 

Ailensworth, D. N 64 

Alley, Amos 168, 241 

Alley, Keith 246,247 

Allinson, John Burchell 255, 

397, 399, 401 

Allison, Mary Jane 223, 445 

Allred, J. B 53 

Allred, James V 14, 436 

Alonso, Alfonso 308 

Alpha Chi Onics* 202, 203 

Alpha Delta Pi 204, 205 

Alpha Epsllon Delta 35 

Alpha Epsilon Phi 206, 207 

Alpha Kappa Kappa 106 

Alpha Lambda Delta 39 

Alpha Phi 208,209 

Alpha Phi Omega 294 

Alpha Tau Omega 236, 237 

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Cole, Ned A 69 

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Cook, Raymond A 76, 78, 258, 259 

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Cooper, Dick 257 

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Crews, Margaret Nell 152, 194, 215 

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Critz, Ella Nora 152,215 

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Crowell, J. B 308 

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Grume, Buster L 160 

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Cultural Entertainment Committee 79 

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Currie, John J 422, 426 

Currie, Thomas W 31 

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Curtis, Milton 440 

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Daily Texan, The 180, 181 

Dallas Club 300 

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Daniel, W. A 124 

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Darr, George C, Jr 76, 251 

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David, Stanley 261 

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Davis, Keith 53, 54, 152 

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Davis, Wanda 42 

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Day, Dorothy 213 

Day, Helen 223 

Dazey, Mrs. A. M 1 5, 290 

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Deen, Arthur H 20 

DeGeurin E. M 249 

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166, 193, 221 

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DeLafosse, Amanda 160 

DeLancey, Charles 241, 290 

De Lange, Arnotl 110 

de Lara, Domingo Lopez 308 

Delavan, Connie 215, 383 

Delavan, George W 160, 253 

Delgade-Vega, Luis 308 

Delgado-Vega, Vincente 169, 308 

del Monte, Leonard, Jr 160 

DeLoach, Ralph 39 

DeLong, Jetty 1 58 

Delta Chi 242,243 

Delta Delta Delta 215 

Delta Kaopa Epsilon 244, 245 

Delta Phi Epsilon 217 

Delta Sigma Pi 51 

Delta Tau Delta 246, 247 

Delta Thela Phi 248, 249 

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Demosey, Ruth 125 

Denena, Minnie 169 

Denman, Gilbert 269 

Denman, Jane 226, 227, 374 

Denman, Leroy 42, 

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Denmark, Marion A 63, 66, 68, 125 

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Denton, Ashley 269 

Deonier, Carl W 107 

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Derby, Jack A 239 

Derby, Julius F 152, 239 

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Deter, Mrs. Wanda 125 

DeuPree, Charles Lamar 271 

Deutsch, Melvin 312 

Deutsch, Wilson 312 

De Wees, Russell 364 

Dewhurst, David 160, 441 

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Dibrell, Fennell 257 

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Diebel, Clark 169 

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Dietzel, Maxine 215 

Dill, Mary 194, 205 

Dillingham, Thelma 445 

Dimick, Bashie 223 

Dimmilt Dean 110 

Dinwiddle, J. A 61 

Disch, Anita Mae ...210, 211, 311 

Disch, W. J 399, 417 

Ditlert, Edgar Edward 152 

Dix, Robert 63, 68 

Dixon, Louis 262 

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Dobie, Richard 249 

Dodd, Frederick W 271 

Dodd, Howard 271 

Dodge, H. F 181 

Dodson, E. A 43 

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Dodson, Roberta 307 

Dodson, Sue 193 

Doehring, SN^eeney J 76 

Doeppenschmidt, Vivian 88, 

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Doherty, Robert P 233, 239, 296 

Dohoney, Alfred P 76, 265 

Dohoney, Mrs. Alfred P 282 

Dolley, J. C 48, 51, 54, 436 

Dolph, JackC 160, 300 

Dominey, Joseph B 35, 125 

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Domler, Kathleen Powell 160 

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Donivan, Henry 125 

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Donnelly, George 253 

Donoghue, Margaret 21 5 

Dooley, Dorothy Ann 221 

Dornberger, W, W 15 

Dorris, EIna 88 

Dorsey, Lawrence 125 

Doss, Ethel 152 

Doss, Missy K 15 

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Dowdy, Eugenia 21 5 

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Draffen, J. F 40 

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Dreyer, Ralph 125 

Driebrodt, B. A 101, 110 

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Drozda, Eleanora 305 

Drummond, Lorena 45 

Dru.Tiwright, Sterling 253 

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Drury, Doris Maxine 152 

Dublin, Lindsey 273 

DuBois, Eloise 221,376 

Du Bose, Adele 215 

Duckell, Jessie 125, 305 

Duckett, LaFayette 305 

Duckworth, Frances Lee, , .169, 205, 313 

Duflot, LeoS. M 152 

Duggan, Mary K 232, 300 

Dulaney, Charles FHughes 251 

Dulaney, Florence 1 52, 209 

Dulin Velma Lois 152 

Dullnig, George 241, 399, 429, 430 

Dumble, Eleanor 229 

Duncalf, Frederic 257 

Duncan, June 125,221 

Duncan, W. B 40 

Dunklin, Don D 65, 152 

Dunklin, Elwood Finley 169 

Dunlap, Benjamin Foster 38, 125 

Dunlap, Caswell Lanier 152, 300 

Dunlap, John Christopher 38, 125 

Dunn, Clifton 125 

Dunn, Evans H 271 

Dunn, Jane 221 

Dunn, John 253 

Dunn, Lura 221 

Dunn, Robert 125 

Dunnam, Ted 241 

Dunne, William 125,262 

Dunning, Suzanne 160, 229, 31 3 

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Duren, Norman 101, 109 

Durham, Floyd 249 

Durham, H. S 439 

Durnal, Bill 181 

Duryea, W. K 69 

Dusek, Otto Louis 161, 305 

Dushek, Frances 42, 

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Dvoracek, Mary 305 

Dyke, Burt 177, 298 

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Eastland, Herman, III 1 50, 239 

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Eastland, Orville Newell 169, 247 

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Eaves, Inez 16 

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Eckhardt, Bob 182,269 

Eckardt, Carl, Jr 15,61, 65 

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Edgar, Joe, Jr 243 

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Ehlers, Joyce 126,219 

Ehlert, Henrietta 126, 312 

Eichenbaum, Mrs. H 232 

Eidson, Joe 259 

Eifler, G. K 262 

Eisen, FHerman 267 

Eisenberg, Jodie 275 

Eitt, Herbert 241 

Eliassof, William R 76 

Eliasz, Stanley 312 

Elkins, Wilson Homer 271, 298 

Elkowitz, Leah 126, 194 

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Ellingson, E. A 108 

Ellingson, Jack 253 

Ellington, Alice Joy 293 

Elliott, David Gray 251, 278, 279 

Elliott, Hiram 438 

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Elliott, L.L 245 

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Ellis, Frances 215 

Ellis, Jean 227, 376 

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Ellison, Alfred, Jr 169, 247 

Elmore, John R., Jr 169 



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Emerson, Lucille 88 

Emmert, Frank 196 

Engdohl, Eugene Harold 126, 249 

Engel, Thrace 313 

Engeike, Louis Benno 169 

Engelking, Bob 69, 1 18, 176, 182 

Engerrand, G. C 27 

Engle, Janet Louise 161 

Engler, Sylvia 217, 376 

English, O. B 257 

Erwin, Frank 253 

Escarcega-Perea, Nicolas 308 

Eschberger, Gwendolyn 21 3, 31 1 

Escott, Florence 126, 210, 211 

Escott, John Hampton 169 

Eskew, Neal 52 

Espinosa, Alfredo J 308 

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Estes, Mary Lamartine 38 

Estill, Jane 205, 314 

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Etheridge, Kenneth A 169 

Eubanks, Roy J 245 

Evans, Christine 161, 205, 282 

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Evans, Druce 269 

Evans, Huntice Velie 169 

Evans, Jack W 69, 262 

Evans, Steve 64, 65 

Evans, Vernon 279 

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Everett, Fred 439 

Everhard, Helen 1 26 

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Ewing, Catharin 169 

Ewing, Guy 199 

Ewing, Mary Ruth 199 

Ewing, Nancy 209, 313 

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Fagg, John 253 

Fairbanks, Marie 225 

Fairchild, Mrs. I. D 12, 13 

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Fant, Knox 245 

Farmer, Mrs. Barney 232 

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Faulkner, Marianna 161 

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Feinberg, Stern 233, 261 

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Ferguson, Eleanor 152, 229,5313 

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Ferguson, Phil M 60, 61, 66 

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Field, Sam Houston 271 

Fields, Kirven 439 

Fife, Margaret 169, 376 

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Files, Sidney James, Jr 152 

Finch, Anne 161 , 

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Finch, S. P 66, 269 

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Fincher, Maurice 430, 431 

Fincher, Maxine 232 

Fink, Norman 261 

Finkelstein, Paul 261 

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Finley, Warren 411 

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Finney, James 253 

Finucane, John L 1 52, 300 

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Fisher, Gordon 61, 

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Fisher, Rosa 194 

Fisher, Walter 253 

Fisher, William C 257 

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Fitch, William 253 

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Fleming, Jack M 40 

Fleming, Rowena Frances 161 

Fletcher, E. G 237 

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Floeter, David 257 

Floeter, John 257 

Flood, Nicholas, III 169 

Floore, Flo 221 

Floore, Heard Lambard 76 

Flores, Adalberto 308 

Flores, Jesus 308 

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Focht, .John A 60, 61, 66 

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Fojt, Albin A 38,312 

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Ford, Kenneth 253, 440, 441 

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Fordtran, Edith 205, 314, 446, 447 

Forney, Bill 397, 399, 407 

Forsgard, Shirley 428 

Fortson, Carolynn 161 , 227 

Fort Worth Club 306 

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Foster, Claire 169, 225 

Foster, Hassie B 213, 311 

Foster, Lloyd Vance 273, 440 

Fouls, J. Ward 277, 434 

Fouts, John M., Jr.. . .43, 126, 277, 434 

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Fox, Edith Adel 152 

Fox, Helen 217 

Fox, Jack 126, 265 

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Foxhall, Harold B 161,251 

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Foyt, Minnie 305 

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Franklin, Lindsay 428 

Frankovic, Nick 399 

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Frantz, Joe 41, 127 

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Eraser, Jamie 39, 376 

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Frazar, Joe 253, 436 

Frazer, Aubrey 127 

Frazier, OIlie Ruth 169 

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Frederick, Blossom 31 0, 376 

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Freedman. Elaine 161, 207, 311 

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Freeman, Julian 1 27 

Freeman, Ray K 262 

Freeman, Virginia 1 79, 209 

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French, Jack 110 

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Friedlander, Adele 207 

Friedlander, Raymond 267, 364 

Friedlander, Silas 261 

Friedman, Irving Louis 169 

Friedman, Saul 261 

Friedson, Maxine Reta 38, 

206, 207, 314 

Friend, F. F 15 

Fritz, Lester 243 

Frobese, Alfred S 35, 247 

Fromme, Dolores 161 

Fronczek, Chester 31 2 

Frost, Billy 265 

Frost, J. M., Ill 43 

Frost, Jack 261 

Frueholz, Margaret 287, 291 

Frumer, Louis R 76, 267 

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Frye, Valdena 161,225, 311 

Fryer, Bill 193, 196 

Fueste, Carlos Ill 

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Fuller, R. L 64 

Fuller, Warren P 43 

Fulton, Bruce 127 

Fulwiler, Harry P 245 

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Gaines, Tom 161 

Gaither, Harold 39 

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Galindo, A. J 3C8 

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Gammage, Ernest 237 

Gamma Phi Beta 218 

Gangwer, Richard A 152 

Gannaway, Malcom 196 

Gannon, Patsy 227, 376 

Gano, Doris J 152 

Gant, Jack 269 

Gant, Lloyd 161 

Garber, Edward E 35 

Garcia, Adolfo 308 

Garcia, Clotilde 42 

Garcia, Dionisio 308 

Garcia, Joe 308 

Garcia, Mary Angela 169 

Gardner, Bettye 193 

Gardner, Frank J 43, 196 

Gardner, Jim 269 

Gardner, R. A 101, 110 

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Garner, Grace 215 

Garner, Robert 265 

Garner, Samuel Paul 53 

Garnett, McGee 241 

Garnett, John 1 27 

Garrad, Tom 14 

Garrett, Eloise 152 

Garrett, FHenry Dodson 110 

Garrett, Jasper 237 

Garrett, John Carr 101, 109 

Garrett, R. J 152 

Garrison, Frank 441 

Garrison, Margarette 45, 180 

Gartman, Evelyn 219 

Gartman, George W 51 

Gartman, Katherine 152 

Gartman, Louise 219 

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Gary, Laurence 262 

Garza, Baldemar 308 

Garza, Reynaldo 308 

Gaston, Marcy 209 

Gate wood, Boyce 421 

Gatoura, George 35 

Gaudet, Edward 127, 273 

Gay, Nan Lee 39, 169, 194 

Gayle, Ben B 271 

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Geer, John 444 

Geeslin, Ben D 237 

Geeslin, Gaddis 196, 237 

Gensberg, Rose 1 70 

Gentry, Dr. Elizabeth 44 

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Gentry, Jane 221 , 300 

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George, Mary Helen 127, 

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George, William Paul 54 

Georgi, Howard 265 

Geraghty, Wade Paul 152 

Gerdes, Mary Helyn 127, 376 

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German, Paul 262 

Getzcndaner, Bill 253 

Ghormley, Claude 110 

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Gibson, Billy 247, 253, 300 

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Gibson, Farnk 412 

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Gibson, H. Martin 110 

Gibson, J. P 69 

Gideon, Samuel E 24 

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Gidley, William Francis 81 

Giesecke, Armour 300 

Gilbert, Mrs. Daisy Thorne 45 

Gilbert, Jessonda Reba . . .161, 194, 199 

Gilbert, Joe 16, 183 

Gilbert, Melba 127 

Gilbert, Sarita 153 

Giles, James Bernard 114, 362 

Gill, Horace 108 

Gill, Pauline 227, 376 

Gillespie, Charles Ill 

Gillespie, Ethel 127 

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Gillespie, Pauline 127 

Gillespie, Vivian Sarratt 170, 193 

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Gilliam, Hilburn 39 

Gilliam, Hughes 110 

Gilliland, Inez 209, 291, 314 

Gilmore, Charles James 161, 221 

Gilmore, Mary Nell 376 

Gilstrap, Howard 257 

Ginsberg, Eslha Lee 161 

Gipson, Charles W 153 

Girdley, B. C, Jr 170 

Girls' Intramurals 445 

Gist, Frankie 45, 127, 221, 303 

Glasscock, C C 42 

Glass, K. Henrietta 153 

Glauser, Harry J 237 

Glenn, Thomas 273, 399, 430, 431 

Glidewell, Marsaret 224, 225, 311 



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Gober, Buster 279 

Godard, Ernest 241 

Godfrey, Rosalie 15, 287 

Goebel, Richard 305 

Goerner, Frank A 65 

Goetzke, Kenneth 251 

Goforth, Helen Mae 194, 219 

Goggans, James Lawson 76, 

78, 127, 253, 365 

Gohmert, Dorothy 170, 219 

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Goldberg, Edwin 61, 127 

Golding, Ida Lois 207 

Golding, Sylvan 261 

Goldmann, Juanita 161, 300 

Goldffiann, Margaret 300 

Goldsmith, C A 161, 269 

Goldstein, Anna Mae 207 

Goldstein, Betty 207 

Goldstein, Sonia 207, 311 

Goldston, Joseph Clarence 76, 78, 265 
Goldthwaile, Norma. 21 5, 287, 291, 378 

Golenternek, Sylvia 216, 217 

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Gonzalez, Raul G 1 53, 308 

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Nunn, Hazel Dawn 205 

Nunn, Leslie G., Jr 40 

Nunnully, Ed 196 

Nurick, Millon 275 

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Nussbaum, Beverly 172, 207, 386 

Nussenblatt, Sam 35 

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Ochoa, Luis 308 

O'Connell, John . . . .312, 438, 439, 442 

O'Connell, William R 69, 312, 442 

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Odem, Mary Elizabeth 39, 172 

Odum, Bardwell D 196, 427 

Oeding, Virginia 163, 193 

Olfutt, Dorothy 194, 211, 386 

O'Gara, Sheila 445 

Ogden, U. B 102, 110 

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Oge, George 64 

O'Hara, Ruth B 219 

Ohihausen, Sidney 102, 109 

Ojeda, R. G 63, 66, 68 

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Oldham, Dudley Y 102, 111 

O'Leary, Patricia 172 

Oliphant, Samuel 135 

Oliver, Covey 42, 77, 78, 251 

Oliver, Eloise 221 

Oliver, Gene 172 

Olver, John 239 

Olle, Ed 54,298 

Olsen, Irene 48 

Olson, Nelse Ill 

Omicron Nu 37 

O'Neal, Lloyd M 294 

O'Neall, Fred 135 

O'Neill, Kellie 39 

Onstot, Frances 199 

Orange Jackets 297 

Ordway, Bill 257 

O'Rillian, Joe 199 

Ormond, Jane 135, 203 

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ORourke, J. F 262 

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Orson, Henr/ 279 

Ortega, Daniel 308, 438 

Ory, Mrs. E. T 288 

Osborn, Bob 106 

Osborne, Marjorie 229, 253, 386 

Osborne, Warren 237, 399 

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Oiteon ■ ■ -^ ■ 105 

Osterwalder, Olivette 163, 288 

Oslrum, Wilbur 172 

Oswalt, Charles 107 

Oil, Margaret 314 

Ott, Mel •♦I* 

Ottinger, Floy 39 

Oualline, Judd Hamner 172 

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Outlaw, Whitfield 251, 367 

Owen, Arthur ■ 253 

Owen, Celestine 135, 213, 386 

Owen, Jack 135,248,249 

Owen, Janice 1°3 

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Painter, Van 262 

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Palacios, Oscar 308 

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Parker, Lawrence 265 

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Patton, Jean 88, 163, 229 

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Paulus, Dawn 229 

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Petter, Frank 198 

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Piester, Loyd W 40 

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Pistole, Harry 61 

Pittenger, B. F 87 

Pittenger, Jo Anne 39, 203 

Pittenger, Katherine 89 

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Popham, Jewel 42, 314 

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Porter, E. L 93 

Porter, M. B 241 

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Porter, Weldon L 271 

Posey, Meredith N 309 

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Pratt, Laurens 262 

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Presnall, Margaret 45, 

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Preston, Dick 273, 300 

Preston, Earl 262 

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Preston, J. M 262 

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Preston, Wayne 1 72 

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Price, Granville 23, 41 

Price, Malvina 313 

Price, Steve 108 

Price, Thomas A 42 

Prideaux, Vivian 39, 31 3 

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Primeaux, Oran 262 

Pringle, G. A 262 

Proctor, Jack 199, 237 

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Prothro, Charles 269, 296, 366 

Provine, Joe F 163 

Prowse, George A 271 

Prowse, Leiand A., Jr 271, 366 

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Prude, Stella Margaret 229 

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Pryor, John 69 

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Purvin, Robert 40, 61, 137, 260, 261 

Putnam, Betty 163, 215 

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Quante, Ella 89 

Quebedeaux, Carol 388 

Qucreau, Allen 271 

Quick, Tommy 257 

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Rabel, John E 102 

Rabon, Jack 172 

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Ramey, Tom B 183 

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Rape, Jack 156 

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Ratliff, John C 249 

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Real, Matilda 213 

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Reams, Sam G 249 

Redburn, Robert H 163, 271 

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Weinlraub, Arthur 64 

Weintraub, Sidney 64 

Weir, Mary 143 

Weir, Helen 88, 310 

Weir, Mary Louise 37 

Weir, Winifred 157 

Weiss, Miriam 174, 207 

Weiss, Saredel 207, 311 

Weisinger, Nina Lee 42 

Welborn, Frankie Mae 45, 177 

Welch, Bill 434 

Welch, Tim 245 

Welch, W 143 

Wellborn, Jane 143, 194 

Wellborne, Le Roy 157 

Weller, Edgar 255, 

399, 429, 430, 431 

Wells, A. A 277 

Wells, C.T 40 

Wells, Howard 241 

Wells, John 259 

Wells, Laura. . .39, 164, 199, 223, 297 

Wells, Lucile 88 

Wells, Marshall 41,258 

Welsh, James R 40 

Welty, John 273 

Wendt, Wendell 51 

Wensel, Robert Henry 115 

Wcntworth, Essie Mae . . . .119, 221, 394 

Werlein, Presley E., Jr 245 

Wertheim, Jeanette 207 

Wertheimer, Gelda 207 

Wesley, Helen 225 

Wessendorff, Joe 241 

West, Brooks 193 

West, Maurice 157,247 

West, Milton H., Jr 76, 

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Westbrook, Joel 182, 233, 265 

Westbrook, Mar/ 223, 310 

Wester, Lillian 42 

Westerman, Leroy 143, 

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Westerman, Mackie 39, 287, 291 

Weyman, Mary Louise 213, 394 

Weymouth, Mary Ann 194, 221 

Wharey, James B 28, 176, 265 

Wheeler, Carrol 265 

Wheeler, J. P 279 

Wheat, Ruth 164,300 

Wheal, Tom H 51,272, 273 

Wickes, J. A 74 

Whitaker, Berry 257 

Whitaker, Jeanne 174 

White, Andrew Ben 237 

White, B. Frank 41 

White, Carl Michael 164 

White, Donald N 69, 

270, 271, 363, 397, 399, 409 

White, Ealen 193 

White, Earl 245 

White, Ed 278, 279 

White, Forrest 109 

White, Francis 279 

White, Gene 218, 219, 232, 300 

White, Hamilton 262 

White, J. M 109 

White, James N 103, 108 

White, John Arch 53, 54 

White, John H 237 

While, Margaret 221, 394 

While, Mignon 213 

White, Paul L 16 

While, R. L 15 

While, Robert 255 

While, Robert 41, 262 

While, Robert, Jr 253 

Whitehead, Robert B 245 

Whites, Vivian 39, 174, 286 

Whiteside, Mary Jo 193 

Whiting, Robert 196 

Whitley, Joe 180,193, 199 

Whitlow, E. P 60,61 

Whitman, John 233, 244, 245 

Whitmire, Joe Ann 174, 193 

Whiiselt, Emmett 233, 262, 290 

Whitlen, Robert 273 

Whillenburg, Bonne Rhea 164, 21 3 

Whillenburg, Ross E 164, 193 

Whittinglon, Jim 265 

Whittington, Marvin 196 

Whittinglon, O. P 177 

Whittlesey, Juanita 181, 209 

Wickens, Billy 109 

Wickes, Joseph A 77 

Wickham, William V 196 

Wickline, Joyce 193, 209, 299, 313 

Wicks, Mar/ Jo 88, 193, 229 

Widdecke; Charles 39, 257 

Widdecke', Henry August .. 53, 256, 257 



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Widen, Alma 39, 205, 314 

Wier, Helen 229 

Wier, Max 258 

Wiesner, William Ill 

Wiggins, George Weldon 53 

Wiggins, Warren 397, 399, 41 1 

Wilborn, Alice Orene 164, 307 

Wilborn, Sam 109 

Wilburn, Sarah 223, 310 

Wilde, Agnes Emilie 37 

Wilder, Bernice 88, 227 

Wilder, Harry 237 

Wilder, Thornton 202 

Wilds, Josephine 194 

Wiley, Rogers 241 

Wilfong, Gregg 198 

Wilhelm, Stanton 39 

Willis, Joe Helen 312 

Wilkes, Lowell L 164, 258, 259 

Wilkins, Ann 213 

Wilkinson, Robert 41 

Wilkirson, Pat 259 

Willens, Sumner 267 

Williams, Billy Woodrow 251 

Williams, Bill 247 

Williams, Carson 106 

Williams, Charles 196, 198 

Williams, David 164 

Williams, Don 444 

Williams, Eleanor 227 

Williams, Elysabeth 194 

Williams, Frank Clair, Jr 164, 198 

Williams, Glenn 157 

Williams, J. Bland 164 

Williams, Louis 51 

Williams, Lucile 42, 205 

Williams, Nolen 199 

Williams, Paul 269 

Williams, Perrin Glenn 53 

Williams, Ralph 262 

Williams, Robert 237 

Williams, Roger 271 

Williams, Sara 157, 211, 300, 394 

Williams, Sumner 243 

Williams, Thomas 255 

Williams, W. A 444 

Williams, W. M 241 

Williamson, James 79, 180 

Williamson, Jay 198 

Williamson, Lee 103, 109 

Williamson, Tooley 227, 445 

Willie, Evelyn 89 

Willis, Alvin H 64 

Willis, Birdie K 88,174,229 

Willis, Joe Helen 164 

Wilmelh, Jo Brice 198 

Wilmot, Jennie 37 

Wilsworth, Ruth 205 

Wilson, Anale 174 

Wilson, Billy 198 

Wilson, Bobbie Carson 251, 290 

Wilson, Bruce 43,438 

Wilson, Charles M 196 

Wilson, Claude D 103, 1 10 

Wilson, Curtis 40 

Wilson, Davis 61,64,65 

Wilson, Donald 439 

Wilson, Fort 300 

Wilson, James 209 

Wilson, James F 61,65 

Wilson, James Woodrow 42, 265 

Wilson, Jimmie 243 

Wilson, Joe 259 

Wilson, Joe D 233, 246, 247, 296 

Wilson, Leah 54 

Wilson, Mar/ Lee 205 

Wilson, Rabun 265 

Wilson, Ray Carson 174 

Wilson, Robert 63 

Wilson, Thomas Allen 164, 198 

Wilson, William Walter 157 

Wimberley, Jimmie Alonzo 174 

Winch, Leslie 239 

Windham, Burke 265 

Windham, James M 43, 262 

Wingham, Wyman 262 

Wingo, William Jacob 38, 110 

Winkler, E.W 17 

Winkler, Edward 267 

Winkler, Johanna Thusnelda. .. .157, 199 

Winkler, Miriam 207 

Winn, Marguerite 117, 

209, 232, 295, 394 

Winter, Francis 265 

Winters, Jet 32, 36, 205 

Winston, A. P 42, 54 

WipFf, F. P 273 

Wise, Floy Singleton 115 

Wise, George E 164 

Wise, RoyL 164 

Wiseman, F.C 433 

Wiseman, Reagan 265 

Withers, B. T 109 

Witherspoon, Guy 265 

Wilherspoon, Nancy 157 

Will, Mary 157, 194 

Witz, Aaron 261 

Wofford, Arabella. . .148, 220, 221, 299 

Wolcott, Fred 422 

Wolcott, Harry 142 

Wolf, Gilbert T 51 

Wolfe, Hugh 397, 

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Wolff, Richard Everett 174, 193 

Wolman, Natalie 145, 291 

Wolters, Thornton 277 

Wolverton, Joe 265 

Womack, J. F 174 

Womack, Jesse 39 

Woman's Building 289 

Wommack, Thomas 239 

Wonsley, Jeff Edytha 145 

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Wood, Clint 251 

Wood, Conan 198 

Wood, Dred T 257 

Wood, Edwin R 174 

Wood, Harold 196 

Wood, Jean Harrison 145, 194 

Wood. John H., Jr 145 

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Wood, Inez 164 

Wood, Martha Jane 1 74 

Wood, Murray 109 

Wood, Ray Pearl 174, 225, 449 

Wood, Ruble Ineta 174 

Wood, Tom 259 

Woodall, Augusta Viola 145 

Woodall, William Miles 51, 145 

Woodin, Gene 262, 366 

Woodin, George S 106 

Woods, Ruih 194 

Woodruff, Helen 157, 193, 221 

Woods, Bill 176 

Woods, Gwendolyn 286 

Woods, L. A 14 

Woods, Ruth M 157 

Woods, Velda Viola 54 

Woods, William Ellis 145 

Woodson, James 1 74 

Woodson, Martha 89, 145, 314 

Woodul, Walter 253 

Woodward, Halbert 239, 296 

Woodward, Nancy 229 

Woodward, Nicholas Polk 145, 247 

Woodward, Walter McClellan. 145, 253 

Woody, Helene Priscilla 157 

Wooldridge, Bob 257 

Woolrich, Avis Maxine 145 

Woolrich, W. R 57, 61, 65 

Woolen, James H 103, 106 

Word, Charles H 51 

Word, James 247 

Word, Ola Mae 157 

Workman. Gene 262 

Worrell, Elizabeth 203 

Wralher, Jack 271 

Wray, Hal 198 

Wren, Hodge 198 

Wright, AC 15 

Wright, Alma 229 

Wright, Clarence 279 

Wright, Constance 157, 394 

Wright, Dorothy 174 

Wright, Douglas E 145 

Wright, Gus 251 

Wright, Hazel 42, 89, 145 

Wright, Joe V 145 

Wright, Lawrence 61, 64, 65, 145 

Wright, Neil H 237 

Wright, Roberta Opal 164 

Wrobble, Vincent 294, 312 

Wulff, Fred 78,237,296 

Wunderman, Daniel C 35, 260, 261 

Wunsch, Raymond 273 

Wupperman, Alice 17 

Wyche, Elizabeth Ellen. . .145, 229, 313 

Wynn, Aflon 45 

Wynne, Angus 259 

Wynne, Betty 232, 311, 313 

Wynne, Elmer S 35, 38 

Wynne, Kelly 108 

Wynne, Mary Elizabeth 145, 211 



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Yantis, Jane 39 

Yantis, Murray 63 

Yarborough, Harold 262 

Yarborough, William 241 

Yater, Douglass L 69, 70 

Yates, Custer 221 

Yates, Evelyn 1 57 

Yates, Lillian 194 

Yates, Will A 145 

Yeager, Leiand 198 

Yelderman, Carolyn Jim 145 

Yochem, Frank 269 

Yoes, Evan Dedrick 198 

York, John 70 

York, Myra 213 

York, William 272,273 

Youens, Lewis 253 

Young, Belle 39, 44, 297 

Young, Billy Ruth . . . .149, 228, 229, 300 

Young, Eva Louise 145 

Young, Heartsill 42 

Young, lone 215 

Young, James 198 

Young, Jane 194,213 

Young, Lady lona 164 

Young, Pitkin 145 

Youngman, Carl A 1 57 

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Zeiss, George 51, 14b 

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